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WOMAN'S SCHOOL 



OPTICS AND OPHTHALMOLOGY. 

CHICAGO. 
A POST GRADUATE COURSE FOR WOMEN. 

DIDACTIC AND CLINIC INSTRUCTION GIVEN: 

In detecting and Measuring Errors of Refraction : In Prescribing the Correcting 
Lenses for each Eye; In Prescribing, by Measurements, the Frame to fit each Face; 
In Neutralizing the Lenses; In Verifying the Prescription after it is filled. 

For further information address 

DR. FANNIE DICKINSON, 

Rooms 208-209, 70 State Street, CHICAGO. 




Dr. VON GEAEFE, of Berlin, Germany, "Father of Ophthalmology," daily devoted 
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CHICAGO SPECTACLE CLINIC 

Giver, from 9 to lo A. M., free of Charge, a Professional Examination of the 
Eye to those persons who cannot afford to pay for examination and glasses. Glasses 
given free of charge only on written order of the Chicago Charity Organization. 

Rooms 208, 209, Bay State Building, 70 State Street, Chicago. 



THE WOMAN'S MEDICAL COLLEGE 

OF= CHICHGO, 
336 SO. LINCOLN STREET, 

Opposite the County Hospital. 



The Regular Session begins the First Tuesday in September, and con- 
tinues Thirty-one Weeks. Clinical advantages unsurpassed. 

FACULTY. 

WM. H. BYEORD, a. m., m. d., President, Professor of Gynecology. 
W. GODFREY DYAS, m.d., f.r.c.s., Professor Emeritus of Theory and Practice 

of Medicine. 
G. C. PAOLI, m.d., Professor Emeritus of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 
T. DAVIS FITCH, m.d., Professor Emeritus of Gynecology. 
R. G. BOGUE m.d., Professor Emeritus of Surgery. 
CHARLES WARRINGTON EAELE, a.m., m.d., Treasurer, Professor of Diseases 

of Children and Clinical Medicine. 
ISAAC N. DANFORTH, a.m.. m.d., Professor of Renal Diseases. 
HENRY M. LYMAN, a.m., m.d., Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine. 
DANIEL R BROWER, m.d., Professor of Diseases of the Nervous System and 

Clinical Medicine. 
SARAH HACKETT STEVENSON, m.d., Professor of Obstetrics. 
DAVID W. GRAHAM, a.m., m.d.. Professor of Surgery. 
WM. J. MAYNARD, a.m., m.d. , Professor of Dermatology. 
WM. T. MONTGOMERY, m.d., Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology. 

E. FLETCHER INGALLS, a.m., m.d., Professor of Diseases of the Chest and 
Throat. 

F. L. WADSWORTH, m.d., Professor of Physiology. 

MARIE J. MERGLER, m.d., Secretary, Professor of Gynecology. 
EUGENE S. TALBOTT, m.d., d.d.s., Professor of Dental Surgery. 
JEROME H. SALISBURY, a.b.. m.d.. Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology. 
MARY E. BATES, m.d., Professor of Anatomy. 

JOHN A. ROBISON, m.d. , Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 
MARY H. THOMPSON, m.d., Clinical Professor of Gynecology at the Hospital for 
Women and Children. 

ELIZA H. ROOT, m.d.. Professor of Hygiene and Medical Jurisprudence. 
FRANK CARY, m.d., Professor of Pathology and Director of the Pathological 
Laboratory. 

LECTURERS AND ASSISTANTS. 

ROBERT S. HALL, m.d., Clinical Lecturer on Midwifery, and in charge of Outside 
Obstetrical Department. 

HOMER M. THOMAS, m.d., Lecturer on Diseases of the Chest and Throat. 

ANNETTE S. DOBBIN, M.D.,") 

ELLEN H. HEISE, m.d., ^Assistants to the Chair of Anatomy. 

RACHEL HICKEY, m.d., J 

MARY MIXER, m.d., Lecturer on Histology and Director of the Pathological 

Laboratory. 
DEREXA N. MOREY, B.s., m.d.. Assistant to the Chair of Physiology 
M. L. BUSH, College Clerk and Janitor. 

For announcements address the Secretary, 

MARIE J. MERGLER, M. D., 

29 Waverly Place, Chicago, I1L 

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STUTTERING. 



STAMMERING. 




DOCTOR 



E. L. RIVENBURGH, 

Proprietor of the 

WORLD'S VOCAL 

* INSTITUTE. • 

E. cor. Washington and Fifth Av., 
Rooms 16 & IV, 

jSP'Stuttering, stammering and all speech impediments cured. I remove.the 
cat/seoi stammering, and therefore the cure is permanent. The only scientific and 
successful method practiced. I warrant to cure the worst case of stammering m 
a few weeks. If you have tried to be cured and are not, remember I guarantee 
to cure. I have made the treatment of Stammering and all Defects in Speech a, 
specialty for the past 17 vears, and have cured over 1,600 cases. My method 
has never failed. Entrance Nos. 168 & 170 Washington St. and 105 Fifth Ave., 
Chicago. 

IT IS WONDERFUL, YET IT'S TRUE. 

From the Chicago Tribune.— Last week (Tuesday) a young man arrived from 
Portland, N. Y. He stammered at a fearful rate. Indeed, it took him longer to 
tell his name than it would a quick-tongued man to read a chapter in one of 
Reade's novels. The same young man was met yesterday, and was heard with a 
number of other young men and ladies who have been afflicted in a similar man- 
ner, and who are attending Dr. Rivenburgh's Vocal institute, to speak out fluently, 
and read without any perceptible hesitancy in speech. Each and every one un- 
der the doctor's treatment is loud in his praise, and advises any one who has any 
speech impediments to seek Dr. Rivenburgh for relief. His Vocal institute is lo- 
cated at 168 and 170 Washington St. 

Chicago, III., Feb. 1, 1888.-I am willing to testify that Dr. E. L. Rivenburgh, 
specialist in the treatment of stammering, is and has been entirely successful in 
several cases that have come to my notice. In one case a pupil of mine, who did 
not recite orally during his school course, by reason of an infirmity of speech 
now speaks readily and easily after a short treatment by Dr. Rivenburgh. The 
doctor claims that he can wholly cure anv case, and I believe he can. 

A. R. SABIN, Asst. Supt. Schools, Chicago. 

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consideration. 

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Treatment of Ladies a Specialty. 



HENRIETTA NIX, Masseuse. 

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H- See pages 208 and 209 of this Directory. 

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THE 

CHICAGO COLLEGE 



OF 



OPHTHALMOLOGY AND OTOLOGY, 



(Incorporated Jan. 25, 1878.) 
Located at 



527 & 529 State, Cor. Harmon Ct. 



The regular term of lectures at the Chicago College of Ophthal- 
mology and Otology will begin the third Saturday in September 
of each year, continuing six months. 

The College is located on the corner of State street and Harmon 
Court; and is so situated as to make it convenient for students who 
are attending other medical colleges, as well as to make the clinical 
advantages unsurpassed. 

The lecture room is comfortable, well lighted and ventilated, 
thus making it a desirable place for students to prosecute their 
studies. Students will And suitable boarding places within two or 
three blocks of the college. The building is so arranged as to lend 
every convenience desirable to the student. 



The only Eye and Ear College in the Northwest where a special 
and complete course of lectures on the eye and ear are given, with 
all the operations on the living subject. The lectures will be illus- 
trated dy drawings, models, operations, on the human subjeot and 
animals, also by a weekly clinic of hospital and out patients. Stud- 
ents are also practiced in the use of the ophthalmoscope. 

The opportunities thus afforded are abundantly ample for the 
acquirement of a practical knowledge of this important branch of 
medical science. 

All information regarding the College may be obtained by ad- 
dressing either 

HENRY OLIN, M. D., 

President and Dean of Faculty, 

163 STATE ST, 

— OR— 

J. B. McFATRICH, M. D., 

Secretary, 

126 STATE Si. 

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Hours, a. so a. m. to e p. m. 

Special attention given to the Treatment of Genito-Urinary 
Organs, Rectum and Kidneys. 



Hemorrhoides and Fissures treated successfully without 
the use of the knife. 



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BATHS. 



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SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO LADIES AND CHILDREN. 

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and Instrument Maker. Inventor of 
the Chaim Truss. Special attention 
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Artificial Legs, Elastic Stockings, 
Deformity Apparatus, Electric Bat- 
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MRS. EX-PRESIDENT GRANT: "The piano purchased from you five 
years ago still gives the greatest satisfaction, and having been performed 
upon by some of the first musicians of Washington, their opinion is qualified 
approbation for the Bradbury." 

MRS. EX-PRESIDENT HAYES: "It is a remarkably fine instrument in 
quality of tone, finish and touch, and everything that goes to make a truly 
first-class piano, and gives entire satisfaction in every respect." 

DR. T. DEWITT TALMAGE : "It is the pet of our household— should 
have no faith in the sense or religion of any who doe3 not like Bradbury." 




MAJOR GENERAL O. O. HOWARD: "Mrs. Howard and myself cannot 
speak too highly, or recommend too strongly the beautiful Bradbury piano 
purchased from you— all that combines to make in every sense a first-class 
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eight year ago has been used almost constantly, and has been tested by the best 
musicians, and pronounced one of the best they ever saw in finished workman- 
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MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

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MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS, 

Batteries, Electric Bells, Burglar Alarms, Electric Gas Lighting, 
Speaking Tubes and Telephones. 

35 AND 37 S. CLARK STREET, 
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Private phones and bells from drug stores to physicians' offices a 
specialty. 



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graphic connections. The new Static 
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power in hastening the recovery of the 
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DISEASES PECULIAR TO THE FEMALE SEX. 

M a BEAUTIFIER of the COMPLEXION it is unrivaled. As a remedy 

in Dropsy it is equal in efficacy in effecting a cure to all 

medicines and other agents known to science. 

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Superior to anything ever offered for the cure of all CONTAGIOUS 

DISEASES, ACUTE AND CHRONIC. All diseases of the 

blood, Rheumatism, Fevers of all hinds, and 

diseases of the 



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Good Horses for sale or exchange at all times. 

Doctors' Phaetons and Pony Rigs a Specialty. 

Can Undersell any House in the City. 

j- lalliday's Blood purifier, 

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The Ihndgen institute 

FOR 

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Office: 29 & 30 Central Music Hall. 
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Office Hours: 10.00 to 12.00 a. m. ; 3.00 to 5.30 p. m. 



Chronic Diseases a Specialty. 

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THE LAKESIDE HOSPITAL, 

354-5 Vincennes Avenue, CHICAGO, 

Near Cottage Grove Ave. and 35th St. 

Is a private Hospital, equipped with all modern conveniens s, exclusively 
for the treatment of the 

DISEASES OF TfiE RECTUM AND THEIR 60HPLMTM2 

The Institution and all its facilities are at the service of the Profession. 
For information call on or address 

Dr. Edwin H. Dor land, 

9 to 11 at the Hospital; 2 to 4 at City Office, room 516, Chicago Opera House 

Building. Otherwise, at residence, 4329 Lake Avenue. 

TELEPHONE 9982. 

W. H. Montgomery, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

ARTIFICIAL • LIMBS, 

No. 73 Clark St., 

Corner Randolph, 

ROOMS 5 AND 6. 

FOLKE-KJELLBERG, 

OCEAN BRINE, ELECTRIC, MEDICATED AND 
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CENTRHL MUSIC HHLL, 

(Booms 47 to 51.) 

Genuine Swedish Movements and Massage Treatments administered 

by trained and graduated Manipulators from 

the old Country. 

Finely appointed apartments for the accommodation of South Side patrons 
at 365 WABASH AVENUE, with equally skilled attendants in charge. The 
whole under the management and immediate supervision of TEKLA FOLKE- 
KJELLBERG, 365 WABASH AVENUE and CENTRAL MUSIC HALL. 

References— The Medical Profession at large. 

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CHICAGO GYNECOLOGICAL INSTITUTE 

FOE THE TREATMENT OF THE 

Nledical and Surgical Diseases of Women. 
No. 5306 Jefferson Ave., H YDE PARK. 

Dr. Lucy Waite. Dr. Clara W. Peaslee. 

Refer, by permission, to the Faculty of Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital 
of Chicago. 

This Institution is for the treatment of Diseases of Women exclusively. The best 
surgeons in Chicago operate in cases requiring surgical interference. Chronic cases 
which cannot be treated properly or successfully at the home of the patient, are 
especially solicited. Physicians placing their patients in the Institute are kept in- 
formed in regard to their condition, and are always welcome in consultation. Trained 
nurses, only, are employed, and the best of care guaranteed. For further informa- 
tion, address 

T>TB,. XjTTCY" WAITE, 

5306 JEFFERSON AVENUE, HYDE PABK, CHICAGO. Telephone No. 9S59. 



SPECIALTIES 




Physicians', 
Dental and 

Surgical 

RUBBER GOODS, 

GEO. E. PRESTON, 

181 State Street, 



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HOTELS "ERB" AND "MAUDSLEY 

A Charming Summer Retreat- 

AND A 

« — -Perfect Home of Winter Comfort. 

This Sanitarium is conducted exclusively for the 
TREATMENT of DISEASES of the BRAIN and NERVOUS SYSTEM, 

including Nervous Diseases of Children^Impediments of Speech, 

Nervous Prostration, Motor and Sensory Affections of 

the Nervous System, Neurasthenia from Toxic 

Agents, Mild cases of Mental Disease, and 

Gynecological cases when complicated 

by Nervous Derangement. 

Hotels widely separated from each other with independent 
grounds; perfect classification — no annoyances from other patients; 
elegant Apartments, Private Parlors and Dining Rooms; Compe- 
tent Physicians; Skilled Nurses and Attendants; Massage, Elec- 
tricity, Turkish and Russian Baths. Please see pages 121, 137, 
170, 183, 190, and for further information address 

Oscar A. King, M. R, Supt, 70 Monroe St., Chicago, 



THE 



Medical and Surgical 
DIRECTORY 



OF* 



Cook County, Illinois. 



1888-89. 



Physicians, 

Surgeons, 

Dentists, 

Druggists 




CHICAGO : 

Physicians' Collection Association 
115 Dearborn Street. 



CONTENTS. 



Page 

Chicago Med. Society Fee Bill 70 

Codes of Ethics— See National. 

Colleges— See Schools and Col- 
leges. 

Directory — 

Chicago Dentists 184 

Chicago Druggists 195 

Chicago Physicians 105 

Cook County Dentists 191 

Cook County Druggists 202 

Cook County Physicians 171 

Dispensaries — 

Armour Mission 103 

Bennett, Free 102 

Central, Free 102 

Central, Homeopathic 98 

Chicago Ophthalmic Col 103 

Chicago Spectacle Clinic 103 

Lincoln St 102 

North Star 103 

South Side Free 101 

West Side Free 101 

Fee Bill, Chicago Medical Society, 70 

Hospitals — 

Augustana 99 

Alexian Brothers 98 

Bennett Hospital 99 

Central Homeopathic 98 

Chicago Gynaecological Inst.. 101 
Chicago, for Women and Chil- 
dren 97 

Chicago Sanitarium 101 

Cook County 73 

Cook County Insane 74 

Emergency 100 

Hahnemann, Chicago 96 

Home for Incurables 100 

Illinois Asylum for Feeble 

Minded Children 72 

Illinois Char. Eye and Ear In- 
firmary 73 

Illinois Eastern Hospital for . 

the Insane 72 

Illinois Institution for the Edu- 
cation of the Blind 72 

Illinois Institution for the Deaf 

and Dumb 72 

Illinois Northern Hosp. for 

the Insane 72 

Lakeside 101 

Maurice Porter Memorial Hos- 
pital 100 

Mercy Hospital 96 

Michael Eeese 99 

National Temperance 100 

Presbyterian 99 

St. Joseph's 97 



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Page 

St. Luke's 96 

U. S. Marine 72 

Woman's 98 

Laws Relating to — 

Practice of Medicine 33 

Dead Bodies for Dissection 36 

State Board of Health 37 

Practice of Dental Surgery 41 

Practice of Pharmacy 44 

National Codes of Ethics — 

Regular 49 

Homeopathic 58 

Eclectic 68 

Public Institutions — 

U. S. Marine Hospital 72 

State Institutions 72 

111'. Charitable Eye and Ear In- 
firmary 73 

Cook County Hospital 73 

Cook Counts' Poor House...!. 78 

Cook County Insane Asylum . . 74 

Cook County Morgue 74 

Cook County Physicians 74 

Chicago Health Department.. 74 
Schools and Colleges- 
American College of Dental 

Surgery i.L . 82 

Bennett 80 

Chicago College of Dental 

Surgery 80 

Chicago College of Ophthal- 
mology and Othology 84 ' 

Chicago College of Pharmacy. 83 

Chicago Homeopathic 79 

Chicago Medical 75 

Chicago Ophthalmic College.. 81 

Chicago Policlinic ........ 85 

Chicago School of Dermatol- 
ogy 85 

College of Dental and Oral 

Surgery 81 

Northwestern College Dental 

Surgery 82 

Hahnemann 78 

Illinois College of Pharmacy.. 83 
Northwestern Dental College 

of Chicago 83 

Physicians and Surgeons 77 

Rush 75 

Woman's Medical 77 

Woman's School of Optics and 

Ophthalmology 85 

Societies — 

International Medical C015 

gress 

British Medical AssociaJjfoA.'^XJKi 




Contents. 



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Societies, National— 

Amer. Assn. for the Cure of 

Inebriates 88 

Amer. Climatological 89 

Amer. Dental 89 

Amer. Dermatological 88 

Amer. Gynaecological 87 

Amer. Laryngological 8S 

Amer. Medical Association 86 

Amer. Society of Microscopiets 89 

Amer. Neurological 88 

' Amer. Ophthalmological 88 

Amer. Otological 88 

Amer. Pharmaceutical Associa- 
tion 89 

Amer. Public Health 87 

Amer. Surgical 87 

Amer. Institute of Homeo- 
pathy 86 

National Eclectic Medical As- 
sociation 86 

Mississippi Valley Medical So- 
ciety 90 

Societies, State — 

Illinois Pharmaceutical As- 
sociation 91 

Illinois State Dental Society, . . 91 
Illinois State Eclectic Medical 

Society 91 

Illinois • State Homeopathic 

Medical Association 90 

Illinois State Medical Society. 90 
Societies, Chicago — 

Chicago Academy of Homeopa- 
thic'Physicians and Surgeons 92. 



Page 

Chicago Dental Society 94 

Chicago Dental Club 94 

Chicago Eclectic, Medical and 

Surgical Society 92 

Chicago Gynaecological Society 93 

Chicago Medical Society 91 

Chicago Medico-Historical So- 
ciety 92 

Chicago Medico-Legal Society. 92 
Chicago Odontological Society. 94 
Chicago Odontographic So- 
ciety 94 

Chicago Pathological Society. 93 
Chicago Society of Ophthal- 
mology and Otology 93 

Clinical Society of Hahnemann 93 
Scandinavian Medical Society. 94 
Women's Homeopathic Medi- 
cal Society of Chicago 92 

Societies, Alumni — ■ 

Bennett 95 

Chicago Homeopathic 95 

Chicago Medical 94 

Hahnemann 95 

Physicians and Surgeons 95 

Rush 95 

Woman's Medical 95 

State Board of Health 39 

State Board of Dental Esaminers. . 43 

State Board of Pharmacy 48 

Street Guide 22 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Boericke,P 206 

Bradbury Pianos 9 

Brownly, Josephine 7 

Burtis, Mrs. J. \. inside of 

front cover and 131 

Carbolic Smoke Ball 194 

Chaim, Adolph 7 

Chicago Medical Journal and 

Examiner 2 

Chicago College of Ophthal- 
mology and Otology 5 

Chicago Carriage and Cart Co. 13 
Chicago Gynecological Insti- 
tute 15 

Chicago Sanitarium 207 

Chiropodist and Manicure 

Rooms 3 

Clark & Longley Co., The 6 

Colwell's Lying-in Hospital... 193 

Darche, Geo. E 11 

Dodds, Dr. W. E 7 

Edwards, H. J. and Sons 11 

Emanuel, Prof . Wm 3 

Pinley, P. J. L 13 

Folke-Kjellberg 14 

Hayes, Justin 11 

Hinckley, S. P 12 

Home, Dr 8 

Lakeside Hospital 14 

Lundgren Institute 13 



Page 

Lyons, J.I 21 

Mcintosh Battery and Optical 
Co., opposite front cover. 

Montgomery, W. H 14 

Niehans, A... 168 

Nix, Henrietta 4 

Northwestern Dental College. 182 
Northwestern Dental Infir- 
mary 169 

Oakwood Springs Sanitaiium 

16, 131, 137, 170, 183, 190 
Physicians' Collection Associa- 
tion 4,208, 209 

Poland Spring Water 104 

Preston, Geo. E 15 

Rivenburg, Dr. E. L. . . 3 

Rosehill Cemetery 21 

Scott, Enoch & Co 10 

Smith, P. G 9 

Sprague, Warner & Co 104 

Spring Bank, inside front 

cover and 131 

Tate.C.L 205 

Towne, M. A 15 

Towne.Mrs. E 7 

Women's Medical College 1 

Women's School of Optics and 
Ophthalmology, opposite 
page 1. 




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103 
109 
109 
113 
113 

320 
333 

384 
434 
470 
507 
530 
533 
583 
590 
596 
682 



692 
705 
719 

828 
844 
878 
885 
1043 



719 

2203 
2204 
2204 
Cor 
2495 
2505 
2505 
2512 
2802 
2871 
2876 
2894 
2899 
2906 
2906 
2910 
3100 



Aberdeen. 

C I Thatcher 
Adams. 

C H McCallister 
P F T Ehlers 
E A Bassett 
Eugene S Atwood 
Fred Roesch 

Adams W. 
J H Plecker 
G S Thomas 
John W Hutchins 
Harold Moyer 
James H Gates 
E Fletcher Ingals 
Ed L Holmes 
Henry M Lyman 
Wm M Tomlinson 
T C Duncan 
Mrs E H Root 
Frank W Reilly 
Glenn M Hamnion 
E Schottenfels 
Sarah A Anderson 
Charles Gilbert Davis 
Seth S Bishop 
A E Baldwin 
H A Phillips 
B W Rogers 
N Derexa Morey 
Lucius O Gibbs 

Aldine sq. 
Charles F Bassett 
Allport ave. 
M Lorenz 
Archer ave. 
E Lackner 
G W Goodner 
Willlis F Moore 



3131 


W B Cook 


3169 


Geo E Willard 


Cor: 


58th, J Lee Mills 




Armitage. 


193 


C D Manning 


537 


J. Struble. 


541 


J C Merrick 




Ashland ave. 


23 


Curtis M Beebe 


130 


A W Woodward 


162 


A C McChesney 


170 


P H Conley 


47 


Edward D Strong 


172 


Adam Miller 


176 


George F Hawley 


559 


S Luther McCreight 


804 


Frank J Jirka 


806 


F H Henry 


847 


G Theobald 


Cor: 


L2th, J WMott 


Ashland ave. N. 


Cor] 


Milwaukee ave. 




Alex Thuemmler 


613 


Herman Schwuchow 


j 


Astor. 


85 


Edwin J Gardiner 




Beethoven PI. 


46 


Edmund A Boas 


46 


Desire Q Scheppers 




Belden ave. 


318 


A Underwood Carr 


394 


William H Weaver 




Bissell. 


269 


I P Farley 


278 


James F Graham 



Clark, M S McGorran 107 
Daniel H Sullivan 
Chas H McGorray 
Alex Behrendt 
Daniel H Sullivan 
Wm Wilson Coker 
Jacob Rosenthal 
G Steurnagel 
Frank R Webb 
D Egan 

Theodore S Bidwell 
Paul E La Barriere 
A C Alex 
Chas C Sperry 



Blue Island ave. 

99 Henry Venn 

C E Cyrier 

109 Denis Morin 

134 Walter W Buchanan 

156 Joseph N Cadieux 

171 William McCarthy 

171 T F O'Malley 

172 Denis Morin 

173 C E Cyrier 
173 J M Hutchinson 
203 Frederick E Sherman 51J4 
249 Geo C Synon 
249 W A Synon 
303 J Maher 
322 G Z Bachelle 

22 



324 


William Martin 


360 


J H Krueger 


361 


A Sterl 


378 


Homer O Bates 


378 


C E Greenfield 


379 


Edelmar D Saint-Cyr 


379 


Emiline D Saint-Cyr 


387 


Robert Mitter 


544 


J W Valpev 


547 


D Birkhoff' 


547 


W H P Evatt 


547 


Gustav Schirmer 


573 


Edmund Christie 


573 


F J Patera 


606 


F J Mapchek 


645 


WC Ohlendorf 




Butterfield. 


3008' 


D F Brennen 


3139 


Geo Cleveland Hall 




Bryan PL 


1 


John C Bryan 


California ave. N. 


Cor: 


North ave. 




Chas H Carter 


908 


J R Struble 


California ave. S. 


1111 


William E Miller 




Calumet ave. 


2220 


Chas Gilman Smith 


Cor! 


26th, E E Kerr 


Cor 26th, Maurice Scheuer 


Cor! 


26th, W D Storer 


2600 


Frederick W Mercer 


2823 


Eugene S Atwood 


2920 


Ransom Dexter 


2972 


C E Laning 


3014 


Benj L Colwell 


3201 


B Rel Van Doozer 


3226 


Franklin B Ives 


3239 


J M Pillsbury 


3343 


Wm E Casselberry 




Campbell ave 


193 


M B Blouke 




Canal S. 


503 


A P Kadison 


505 


Ernest Epler 


505 


George W Webster 


'594 


J W Propeck 




Canalport ave. 


60 


Isador Munzer 


134 


F J Maschek 



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23 



136 


P H Matthei 


567 


Stephen A Hemmi 


136 


Wilhelm Thies 




Clarenaont ave. 




Carpenter N. 


534 


A C Morey 


10 


J H Mellinger 




Clark. 




Carroll ave. 


41 


Edwin Bowell 


429 


W B Marcusson 


41 


Wm Carleton Hunt 


517 


J F Cook 


41 


N Rosenberg 


666 


Nathan Breiton 


46 


C L Downer 


733 


Charles J Lewis 


59 


S J Avery 




fi asB 


59 


J R Wilkins 


113 


Arnold P Gilmore 


73 
81 


A O McChesney 
J F Cook 


190 


Omer C Snyder 


81 


Charles B Gibson 


214 


Peter 8 Arndt 


97 


Marshall D Ewell 




Center ave. 


Cor 


Washington, 


21 


J B Bell 




Jas N Banks 


106 


John H DeWitt 


107 


G K Dyas 


117 


James G Sinclair 


107 


W Godfrey Dyas 


18 


Julius Ulrich 


112 


William T Belfield 


202 


R Ulrich 


112 


T J Bluthardt 


395 


Frank Taliaferro 


112 


John H Chew 


218 
453 
455 


F W Fitzgerald 
W H Morgan - 
John O Hobbs 


112 
112 
112 


P H Cronin 
E H Dorland 
E W Edwards 


455 

585 


Frank Taliaferro 
Gustav Fischer 


112 
112 


G F Fiske 

N H Henderson 


585 


Fred R Formaneck 


112 


Ferdinand Henrotin 


631 
631 


F H Henry 
Frank J Jirka 


112 
112 
112 


Charles C Higgins 
Ed L Holmes 
P C Jensen 




Center ave. N. 


112 


J W Koehn 


73 


H S Borchsenius-Skov 1] 


U G Latta 


114 


N E Remmen 


112 


G Frank Lydston 


116 


B M Behrens 


112 


Ti urn an W Miller 




Center 


112 


Wm T Montgomery 






112 


Edwin Pvnchon 


342 


S H Bottomley 


112 


T J Reed" 


360 


Laura E Boyd 


112 


S N Schneider 


402 


Henry M Hobart 


112 


C E Webster 


407 


E E (iwynne 


117 


R D MacArthur 


411 


John Teare 


117 


W C MacGillis 


411 


P M Woodworth 


125 


R Emery 

Wm Krnsemarck 


427 


John F Williams 


125 




Chestnut. 


125 


O W F Snyder 


269 
559 


Clarence W Leigh 
G B Bushee 


125 
125 

128 


GeoB Walker 
J G Williamson 
Ben P Reynolds 




Chicago ave. 


133 


David W Graham 


62 


W P Verity 


133 


W F Lewis 


64 


Sven Windrow 


136 


Arthur L Blunt 


68 


Arvid H Wirnermark 


159 


M Phillips 


90 


E Kopp 


159 


F Montrose Weller 


111 


Claes Wm Johnson 


167 


John Kean 


177 


Julius H Lee 


186 


Franklin F Clarke 


200 


E P Ryan 


188 


H N Small 


202 


D H Stern 


193 


George A Cutler 


207 


A II Gordon 


193 


Wm Hanley 


308 


John A Benson 


193 


Sidney Walker 


323 


E B Donoghue 


199 


Jno F Bigelow 


355 


R W Steser 


199 


Samuel Edwards 


Chicago ave. W. 


199 
201 


W D Lonergan 
Charles Bigelow 


239 


O B Howe 


207 


Sereno W Ingraham 


322 


Theodore Nielsen 


210H 


F J Tongue 


467 


G M Emrick 


214 


R W Steger 


468 


Julius Otto 


214 


W H F Smith 


518 


John Tascher 


250 


A H DePuy 



250 


Chas W Purdy 


2E0 


JohnH Rauch 


277 


T L Carey 


277 


John E Chambers 


279 


W H Landis 


279 


A C Lucas 


281 


J Sumney 


329 


V Centaro 


349 


J Harvey Bates 


349 


T P >hanahan 


351 


H Kirschtein 


351 


Peter McDonald 


351 


Edwin O Wilms 


Cor: 


Harrison, H W Jay 


418 


G Ronga 


422 


F X Barter 


480^ 


i John Bartlett 


2011 


Louis N Barlow 




N. Clark. 


26 


Carl A Helmutb. 


26 


Gerhard C Paoli 


27 


H H Cook 


60 


Joseph Krost 


81 


W D Garvin 


105 


Jessie G Forrester 


109 


Edwin Turnock 


146 


W Reinhold 


152 


W G Eggleston 


152 


Geo E Richards 


167 


Clement Venn 


171 


M Gill 


181 


Lucius O Gibbs 


188 


Ward Greene Clarke 


208 


MGill 


237 


George Cunningham 


307 


F G Bonynge 


341 


W T Thackeray 


343 


Ph D Paul 


353 


John D Kales 


355 


C A Wilbur 


445 


William T Beltield 


448 


Karl Herz 


456 


Lottie J Park 


408 


P H Cronin 


481 


H Geiger 


486 


RosaH Engert 


509 


Th Heuchling 


825 


Thilo Brauns 


1071 


Truman W Miller 




Clarkson Ct. 


11 


D W Hunt 




Cleveland ave. 


458 


A Roesenbury 


548 


J Simpson 




Clybourn ave. 


103 


H Kleist 


1201;; 


Edmund A Boas 


135" 


H F Ruschhaupt 


297 


Franz Hoegelsberger 


297 


Hans Hoegelsberger 


858 


J J Bell 


864 


J J Bell 


876 


J R Brandt 



Colorado ave. 

223 John T Gray 



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Congress W. 234 J Masson Cooke 

488 John Edwin Rhodes %£] WILliam J Hawkes 
577 Thos J Shaw 



Cottage Grove ave. 

2412 Fred D Rogers 

2448 O E Schultz 

2448 C P Stringfield 

2448 F M StrirTgfield 

2622 Harold Jacobsen 

3100 JAMcGaughey 

3240 Clement Hallowell 

3266 Elbert Wing 

3411 Julia MOrr 

3640 F B Norcom 

3640 J Priestman 

3701 Arthur W Bigelow 

3372 Charles F Bassett 

3872 A L Lennard 

3900 T S Huffaker 

3900 W H Schrader 

3901 C H Buchanan 
3904 Geo F Parsons 
3962 M H Lackersteen 

Curtis. 
J F Stanton 



182 



332 



69 
69 
69 
71 
71 
110 
112 
130 
130 
168 

184 

204 

204 

225 

359 

444 

2407 

3424 

3728 

3800 

3838 

3838 



Dayton. 

Cyrenius A David 
Dearborn. 

C S Eldridge 

Henry M Lyman 

I N Danforth 

James G Kiernan 

L B Hay man 

L B Haynes 

Andrew James Park 

W H Burt 

W Gary Le Roy 

E W Leroy 

Arthur Burley Hos- 

mer 
Odelia Blinn 
V L Hurlburt 
Wm F Smith 
C D Calkins 
Nicholas Re 
A Royce Camp 
H E Hildebrand 
Isaac N Elisberry 
Katherine D Munn 
John F Abel 
C M Haynes 
G F Haynes 
Dearborn ave 
J E Ryan 
Lucy R Meyer 
WAD Montgomery 



321 
321 
414 
432 
441 
441 



3014 

138 

229 
247 
276 

305 
307 
318 
360 
360 
374 
399 
607 



192 



261 Robt N Tooker 
Union Club, 

Charles H Vilas 
George S Isham 
Ralph N Isham 
R D MacArthnr 
C O Rutter 
L D Rogers 
S Ida Rogers 
Samuel J. Jones 

Deering. 
Jacob Rosenthal 
Desplaines S. 
Peter J Rowan 

Division E. 
Arthur R. Reynolds 
F A Hess 
Alexander Thuemm 

ler 
J C Hoag 
Hugh T Patrick 
F B Eisen Bockius 
H. H. Look 
W J Webb 
F P Devries 
Augusta Hinz 
F L Wadsworth 

Division W. 
James K Bartholo 

mew 
S A Hemmi 147 

Chas E Cessna 

Eighteenth. 5.3 

J E Stubbs 60 

William H Doolittle 
Eighteenth W. j^g 

Frank J Novak 384 



Erie. 

John Louis Irwin 
G Hessert 
Robert H Babcock 
Nicholas Jas Dorsey 

Erie W. 
Jennie E Hayner 

Eugenie. 
Carl Meyers Mentzel 
B L Heegard 
Evergreen ave. 



291 i 
736 



(18 
165 



34 

142 



20 



1161 

3100 
3226 
3245 
3245 
3301 
3305 
3613 



102 
114 
131 
Cor Erie, Sarah Hackett 



153 
166 
181 
210 
215 
220 
234 



Stevenson 
C Storck 
C D Calkins 
Leila G Bedell 
S N Schneider 
Henry Hooper 
John H Wilson 
Alexander H Cooke 



731 

Elizabeth S. 
43 IT J Swain 
47 Geo W Wolgamott 
57 Austin A Wescott 
56 Cassius D Wescott 
Elk Grove ave. 
789 F L Breidenstein 
846 Fanny Leake 
Ellis ave. 
3523 F S Tabor 
3709 Mrs C E Weilhart 
3711 L Bedford 
3714 F R Wright 

Ellis Park. 
John G Trine 
Elm. 

nr. Market, P E Torgney 
Anderson 



721 
721 



Elston ave. 

L S Bowers 
D G Moore 



52 

220 



82 
102 
124 
136 
490 
513 
570 
576 

315 
341 
629 
667 

667 



N Rosenberg 
Jacob Dal 

Ewing PI. 
Chas H Carter 

Fifth Ave. 
Henry Dietrich 
Chris Fuersattel 

Fillmore. 
Nelson H. Church 

Forest ave. 
Henry T Byford 
Jas G Kiernan 
H B Sanders 
W H Sanders. 
Marcus P. Hatfield. 
Louis L Mc Arthur 
T L Carey 
Fourth ave. 
A Royce Camp 

Fowler. 
Niles T Quales 
Baltazar Meyer 
Franklin N. 
Harry S Buff urn 
Lafayette W Case 
E J Brougham 

Frederick. 
Gerhard C Paoli 

Fremont. 
Adolpb Buttner 
Christian Fessel 
Fullerton ave. 
Geo B Connolly 
Friedrich Bersuch 
C Rutherford 
Edwin O Wilms 
C F Nitz 

Valentine A Boyer 
J E Hequembourg 
G Frank Lydston 
S C Blake 

Fulton. 
Saul J Holmes 
Charles W Evans 
W P Phelon 
Allen W Gray 
Ethan A Gray 
J S Hunt 



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Gilpin PI. 

18 G Z Bachelle 
Grant PI. 

28 Anna M Parker 
64 EL Rivenburg 

Graves PI. 
3212 F M Madison 
3214 Edwin C Williams 

Grenshaw. 

1085 Charles M Clark 

Gross ave. 
854 Robert Bradbury 
Groveland ave, 

2924 Joseph Zeisler 
3033 B C Miller 
3166 J Matterson 
3234 C K Fleming 
Halsted. 
9 J R McCullough 
Cor Washington, 
R W Jones 
62 O T Shenick 
100 Henry C Feder 
102 Gertrude S Condit 
126 Cornelius Hogan 

133 Siremba Shaw 

134 Stuart Johnstone 
168 W C Caldwell 
168 J R Bedford 

208 William A Howard 
232 J S Lane 
234 Richard Lull 
246 Ph H Matthei 
254 C F Moore 
254 T A Clark 
260 C E Can field 
262 Edward W Lee 
277 A S McLennan 
262 F S Hartman 
262 John B Murphv 
262 George E DeMarr 
323 Frank W Stebalts 
Cor Van Bnren, 

Oscar J Price 
Cor Polk, F M Tebbetts 
Cor Polk, Geo S Gfroerer 
376 J J McGrath 
527 Homer O Bates 
527 ThRahlfs 
551 Louis Braun 
564 J J Thometz 
571 Emil Schottenfels 
583 JLMulfinger 
725 Wm King 
729 Frank W Stebalts 
737 E G H Miessler 
745 WmKing 
750 G Theobald 
802 Homer O Bates 
802 Stephen C DeVerry 
802 Laura Cowgill-Bates 
802 Nelson H Church 



802 


J H Curtis 




Hoyne ave. N. 


Cor 


14th. Chr Schleyer 


643 


D G Moore 


2603 


Louis Braun 






3101 


W J C Casely 




Huron. 


3452 


P G Jennings 


272 


R LRea 


3552 


Bruce Miller 


291 


N S Davis Sr 


3659 


James G Berry 


291 


John D Kales 


3701 


J R McNamara 


229^ 


Ambrose Breese 


3718 


James Burry 






3835 


Joseph Reilly 




Illinois. 






235 


W H Marble 




Halsted N. 




Indiana Ave. 


182 


C E Brinckerhoff 


1434 


T B Swartz 


657 


J A Heckenbach 


1424 


E H Schwandt 


800 


C F Nitz 


1619 


E C Dudley 


954 


Chas C Bernard 


1800 


E Russell Ogden 


Webster ave, C S Bacon 


1816 


Elmer E Babcock 


1102 


E lies Kerlin 


1822 


M Mannheimer 


1130 


Edward Everett 


1832 


William H Byford 


1594 


Fred D Porter 


1833 


Temple S Hoyne 






1931 


Mary A Mixer 




Harrison. 


1922 


George W Webster 


98 


S B L Merrill 


2306 


Thomas Telfer Oliver 


. 




2330 


William W Jaggard 




Harrison W. 


2400 


Daniel T Nelson 


160 


Peter J Rowan 


2500 


Geo H Weeks 


339 


D P Hueston 


2503 


J B Pettengiil 


395 


E A Fillmore 


2510 


Milton Jay 


395 


J F Stanton 


2542 


Stephen C DeVerry 


440 


J H Curtis 


2500 


Mary Weeks Burnett 


Cor 


Center ave, 


2548 


Almon Brooks 




W B Marcusson 


2719 


Henry L Deimel 


583 


George L Beach 


2829 


Peter McDonald 


647 


D Birkhoff 


2920 


DAK Steele 


863 


RSHall 


2958 


J W Brooks 


941 


L K Blakeslee 


2969 


H B Fellows 


947 


Joseph Shugart 


3018 


Ebenezer H Thurston 


951 


Laban S Major 


3025 


Henry W Boyd 


1001 


Guy B Dickson 


3027 


Frank Cary 


1010 


Ellen H Heise 


3027 


Harriet H Cary 


1070 


R C Knox 


3031 


Geo M Chamberlin 


1084 


D Duncan 


3130 


Geo F Shears 


1123 


Alexander M Stout 


3136 


Charles H Lodor 


1150 


A C Bradway 


3151 


E D Cross 


1190 


J E Roop 


Cor ' 


Thirty-Second st 
William E Quine 


- 


Hermitage ave. 


3237 


Chas Caldwell 


251 


J J Thompson 


3302 


Horace M Starkey 






3400 


John Leeming 




S. Honian ave. 


3422 


F A Emmons" 


923 


Geo R Bassett 


3423 


W H Davis 


923 


Susan A Bassett 


3449 


Frank E Waxham 






454 


J R Kippax 




Homer. 


3546 


E A Bassett 


62 


Patrick Curran 


3619 


Henry Olin 






3638 


Jos P Cobb 




Honore. 


3670 


U G Latta 


278 


J B Brooker 


, 3837 


J Sumney 






3904 


N C Kemp 




Howe. 


3926 


Finley E Ellingwood 


175 


E M Landis 




Indiana. 




Hoyne ave. 


182 


D H Stern 


113 


Charles B Gibson 


297 


Lewis H Watson 



155 J R Wilkins 

237 Joseph M Patton 

310 James P Prestley 

355 J J Schubert 



Indiana W. 

199 FEE Bockius 
210 S Douglas Twining 



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210 Eandolph N Hall 

223 Carl Sandberg one 

260 Henry Bell 482 

282 Merritt W Thompson 5 qX 

ft £?°£ 626 

312 R J Piper co8 

312 Albert B Strong fi oa 

477 J B Phelan g74 

528 William Deegan adr 

528 E P Koch yog 

530 William H Hayman §94 



655 
558 



627 
676 
729 
864 



50 



J R Bnchan 

Randolph N Hall 
H H Latimer 
Chas J Mclntyre 

Ingraham. 
M P Kossakowski 
Jackson. 

Argyle bldg 

Samuel J Jones 
Cor Michigan 

John S Marshall 
Argyle bldg 

H M Scudder 
126 B D Coop 

Jackson W. 

W H Landis 
Theodore Bidwell 
M W Borland 
Leonard C Borland 
John O Hobbs 
W H Morgan 
J M Hutchinson 
Norman Bridge 
Daniel R Brower 
Oscar J Price 
Mary H Thompson 
Jno P Bigelow 
J B McGinlev 
John C Webster 
F Brooks 
Elizabeth H Trout 
J L Mulflnger 
Luke A Harcourt 
George F Yates 



254 
362 
365 
365 
432 
454 
547 

5ro 

597 
625 

638 



820 
842 
880 
942 
1214 
1237 



339 



84 



Jefferson. 

Alexander M Stout 

Johnson ave. 

Wm Robinson 

Johnson PI. 

H O Jtockwell 
W H Schrader 

Kinzie. 
W W Colton 
Cor Kinzie and Market 
Wm H Eldred 
J D Andrews 

Laflin. 
Alfred Hinde 
Mary H Bowen 
Edward W Lee 



3805 
3834 



47 



56 

16 
30 
101 



966 
966 
966 
979 
1001 
1012 
1333 



3912 



3748 
3750 



292 
225 
358 
405 

681 
802 



Lake W. 

A K Smith 
J J M Angear 
L W Whitney 
E M Smith 
Harry L. Barnum 
IraE Marshall 
J Brown Loring 
A G Haerther 
Allen W Gray 
J Warren Walker 
A H Tagert 
Prank M In galls 
Alonzo D. Tagert 
WpIIs Andrews 
M II McGrath 
A W Smith 
R II Kenning 

Lake ave. 
N B Delamater. 
Langley ave. 
Edgar M Reading 
Edgar Reading 

Larrabee. 
Desire Q Scheppers 244 



479 
547 
677 

193 



296 

17 
IS 
51 
51 
78 
84 
138 



185 

239 



J Saalfeldt 
M G Kellner 
H Rakenius 
Charles M Downs 
D. Rosenthal 
La Salle. 
Wm Robinson 
A H Poster 
Robert Greer 
Levi R Jerome 
Alice B Stockham 
J R Gore 
Geo O Taylor 
Th Heuchling 
Charles PusBreck 
A W Collier 
Bruce Miller 
Albert E Proom 
La Salle ave. 
Henry Le Caron 
C E Manierre 
Christian Fenger 
Cor Locust Ward Greene 
Calrke 
Bernard S Arnulphy 
J R Boynton 
Ferdintnd Henrotin 
Chas White 
JWNiles 
Geo C Hunt 
James P Buck 
W E Reed 
Halleck Hart Look 
G F Fiske 
T J Bluthardt 
Henry Banga 
Charles M Downs 
E H Pratt 
Fred Roesch 



114 

132 

127 

152 

161 

187 

205 

218 

330 

3249 

3616 

3726 



177 
229 
269 



344 
285 
353 
380 
396 
410 
418 
427 
435 
438 
453 
456 
499 
519 
545 



N P Pearson 
J S Clark 

Leavitt. 
William Rittenhouse 
Vira A Rockway 
O Wegner 

Lincoln. 
Frank H Montgom- 
ery 
215 Joseph Shugart 
Lincoln N. 
W J Neill 
Lincoln ave. 
J Prank 
Chas Pague 
Lawrence H Prince 
Charles T Parkes 
Lawrence H Prince 
E G Trimble 
A L Farr 
CorGarfield Blanche Moore 
163 Albert Goldspohn 
Lemuel C Grosvenor 
Aithur G Thome 
Corresta T Canfield 
Frederick S Senier 
Shobal Vail Cleven- 

ger 
Isadore L Green 

Lock. 
J R Richardson 

Loomis. 
J Suydam Knox 
Henry Plumb 
Rufus H Bartlett 
J W McCausland 
John E Harper 
J H Greer 
E P Murdock 
K Schaefer 
W W Sheppard 
William Y Provost 
B D Colby 
310 R W Jones 

Lowe ave. 
G Steurnagel 

Lytle. 
John Fellbrich 

Madison. 
James E Gross 
F R Sherwood 
F S Tabor 
Ransom Dexter 
Junius M Hall 
J E Ryan 
J Harvey Bates 
Emil Sincere 
Rufus H Bartlett 
Beach Loomis 
Geo B Abbott 
W Harrison Ballard 
J B McGinley 



245 
245 

315 

3015 

14 
90 
116 
132 

148 
109 
148 
156 
209 
274 
285 



120 



80 
82 
89 
113 
119 
119 
119 



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119 G J White 

171 Henry Tomboeken 

196 Archie J. Shimp 

197 George W Newton 
Madison W. 

50 HA Phillips 

82 A G Mauro 

82 Charles F Perkins 

82 Jos R Waldmeyer 
115 A B Bausman 
161 E P Murdock 
161 W W Sheppard 
169 J J Davis 
181 John T Gray 

181 A J C Saunier 

182 R L Mintie 

183 J H Plecker 
186 T T Taylor 
231 J B Bell 

247 C Jackson Tobias 
247 RB Treat 
253 Carlos J Adams 
255 S W Howe 
257 Julia R Howe 
259 Maranda E Hyde 
292 Mary Shaffer 
321 D F Boughton 
325 Arthur B Freeman 
A E Kauffman 
J R Bedford 
J B Armstrong 
W Z Flower 
James K Egbert 
John A McDonnell 
L J Davis 
EC Sweet 
Edwin Pynchon 
W M W Davidson 
W S Harvey 
Cassius D Wescott 
F J Dewey 
Louisa Martin 
Philip Adolphus 



325 
424 
437 
454 
471 
490 
552 
557 
561 
565 
565 
567 
688 
729 
737 
828 
884 
884 



273 William M Wilke 
279 Sarah J Hogan 
Michigan ave. 

Cor Adams. 

Melville A Tally 
Cor Jackson, 

J D Hammond 

Mrs Prudena Saur 

Wallace C Clark 

A Reeves Jackson 

H M Hunt 

J C McCoy 

H G Wiklman 

David S Smith 

R Tilley 

H Merckle 

James H Etheridge 

E J Ogden 

Reuben Ludlaui 

John E Owens 

Reuben Ludlam Jr 

Mrs Belle L. Reynolds}?;:)? 

J Adams Allen 

Elmer L Hollister 

E L McAoliff 

Georgia S Ruggles 

J B Talcott 

Emma F Gaston 

Henry P Merriman 

William T Akins 

Jame9 N Hyde 

Jas N Banks 

G K Dyas 

Curtis T Fenn 

J P Morrison 

R C Bain 

E S Bailv 

D H Williams 

Edwin J Kuh 

Alex Loew 

S A Mc Williams 

Frank R Webb 



192 
194 
271 
348 
348 
348 
1255 
1436 
1528 
1634 
1636 
1823 
1806 
1823 
1823 
2001 
212? 
2202 
2211 
2112 
2308 
2239 
2353 
2490 
2415 
3002 
3030 
3030 
3034 
3034 
3034 
3125 
3237 
3456 
3907 



496 


Edward Mead 


547 


Chas H Venn 


570 


F Hasse 


625 


F W Boeber 


707 


Adolph Rosenthal 


783 


Richard Westerbur 


8^9 


Julius Buzik 


845 


J K Bartholomew 


845 


Louis G Koier 


845 


Charles M Koier 


845 


John Tascher 


860 


J W Koehn 


860 


John W Dal 


875 


O Wegner 


7u9 


F J Patera 


994 


Carl Hatterrnann 


996 


Abbie A Hinkle 


Cor Lincoln. 




Geo Leininger 


1020 


Gustav Ferriitz 


1218 


Henry J Burwash 


1228 


John'Bergeson 


'1475 


William Bein 


1546 


Chas E Cessna 


15«3 


Thos M Gandey 


1602 


G O Shettler 


1606 


Thomas Jesperson 


1906 


G B Bowlby 




Mohawk. 


322 


L P Griggs 



Millard ave. 



904 
937 
1001 
1001 
1251 
1251 



Elmore S Pettyjohn 953 Charles Amet 
SrYStk Milwaukee ave 

H A White 126 Wm O'Connell 

Alferd H Stephani 126 Charles W Evan 
Bryon Wilson Griffin 126 W J Neill 



Vincent Haight 
Charles Davidson 
A F Snyder 
George White 
Main. 
2834 Mary J Kearsly 
Market N. 
279 F M Constant 
378 Anton Lakey 
539 Julius W Oswald 
Marshfield ave. 
222 NBRice 

May N. 
15 Henry Van Buren 
49 J M Page 
265 Susan E Bruce 



285 



208 B A Brigham 

212 J C Pickard 

250 M Connor Moran 

236 Rocco Brindisi 

232 G Warren Reynolds 

234 F B Eisen Bockius 

241 Baitazar Meyer 

241 Niles T Quaies 

246 J Julson 289 

257 Sigismund D Jacobson 294 

318 F Kleene 

428 John A Brill 

449 C Giegericli 

465 Theo Wild 

469 Frederick Schaefer 

476 D W Nolan 

480 D C Stillians 

482 ML Harris 

493 G Thilo 



Monroe. 

Cor Wabash, Clifton hoiist* T 
Julia C Whaling 
14 J Blanch ard 
14 Wallace Blanchard 
'0 William L Axford 
Robert H Babcock 
Charles H Beard 
F G Bonynge 
Wm E Casselberrv 
'0 E C Dudley 
Edwin J Gardiner 
Arnold P Gilmore 
J Lucius Gray 
John H Hollister 
Arthur B Hosmer 
George Ishani 
'0 Ralph N Isham 
Oscar A King 
J Suvdam Knox 
E J Ogden 
E Russell Ogden 
Frank E Waxham 
0TB Wiggin 
Monroe W. 
L C Fritts 
Thaddeus P Seeley 
I N Danforth 
296 T Davis Fitch 
334 Andrew J Baxter 
343 Mr9 H E Stansbury 
372 L B Haynes 
397 E M P Ludlam 
419 Sydney Walker 
489 J Elliott Colburn 
522 W T Nichols 
539 Leonard St John 



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Oak. 
104 C E Webster 
1 28 PET Anderson 
152 J Simpson 
156 C E Manierre 

S. Oakley ave. 

227 J J Tuthill 
30V Robert Greer 

402 Frank H Boot a 

403 M M Thompson 
429 J E Reynolds 
433 Charles S Taylor 
631 Francis C Caldwell 

Nineteenth St. W. 
56 Friedrich B Meyer 

Oakvvood boul. 

144 R D Royd 

144 

144 

144 

144 

144 
1316 
1339 
1421 



Milton F Coe 
H H Deming 
Alice Ewing 
H O Rockwell 
J S Stockwell 
Martha A Bowerman 
Geo O Taylor 
J C David' 



552 Albert G Beebe 

533 Albert B Strong 

554 Henry P Newman 

595 Stuart Johnstone 

619 W F Lewis 

645 Calvin M Fitch 

645 Walter M Fitch 

651 William De Bey 

651 Ida Mueller 

6V2 C W Hempstead 

980 S K Crawford 

690 William E Clarke 

708 E Marguerat 

V79 A H Foster 

805 Frank M Ingalls 

850 Adolph Rosenthal 

856 Carlos J Adams 

866 W L Copeland 

903 James P Mills 

913 C D Messinger 

913 E D Messinger 

963 Hugh P Skiles 

10 JO C L Downer 

1028 S K Falls 

1205 A F Snyder 

1549 A W Smith 
Moore. 

145 -Mathias Brand 

Morgan. 

46 D B Deal 

90 F A Stanley 

109 Ferdinand C Hotz 
Morgan W. 

196 A G Mauro 
Noble. 

285 W D Neel 

479 H Steinhouse 

562 Moriah Orgleit 

615 C Revkowski 

743 Wenzel Majeski 
North ave. 

150 G M Illingsworth 

159 J W Hendricks 

159 G M Illingsworth 

159 E lies Kerlin 

191 F Scheuermann 

232 J W Hendricks 

240 Charles Roller 

255 Samuel Schaefer 
2S8 H Rakenius 
302 V Schreiner 
315 WWWetherla 
451 J H Hoelscher 
454 Paul Kreve 

W. North ave. 

23V Patrick Curran 

239 L S Bowers 

256 M P Kossakowski 
498 Henry H Sloan 
570 Charles H Evans 
575 Lonis G Koier 
58V M H Luken 
804 L E Lawson 
915 Joseph H S Johnson 171 J F Hopkins 



873 

97V 



2737 





Ogden ave. 




98 


CCP Silva 




230 


Stella B Nichols 


1620 


245 


F Brooks 


2001 


246 


E W Le Roy 


2011 


358 


Charles Amet 


2228 


358 


J E White 


2237 


358 


J B Williams 


2332 


358 


Carrie Noble White2400 


447 


George E DeMarr 


2400 


481 


Charles S Taylor 


2406 


987 


William Rittenhouse 2447 


1324 


Geo R Bassett 


2606 


1324 


Susan A Bassett 


2954 


1536 


French Moore 


2954 
3030 




Ohio. 


3343 


205 


J K Winer 


3408 


264 


James T Sharpe 
Ohio W. 


3543 


583 


H B Fenner 


45 




Ontario. 


65 
65 
65 


27V 


C F Ely 


366 


Joseph H Buffum 


65 




Orchard. 


65 


252 


L V Kalkstein 


65 
65 
65 




Page. 


85 


D W McNeal 


65 




Park ave. 


65 
65 
68 


22 


W R Griswold 


70 


James Bruelly 


68 


70 


James Bradle3 r 


89 


118 


L B Montgomery 


89 


118 


Liston Montgomery 89 


138 


John E Hurlbut 


89 



J W Meek 
Thomas D Palmer 

B Damon 
Chas E Walker 
J D Walker 
Joseph S Sageser 
G H Carder 
Eugene E Holroyd 

Park "Row. 

John Blair King 
Paulina S. 

Chas C Sperry 
Paulina N. 

Christopher Traub 
Peoria N. 

Wm CTConnell 
Pine. 

Charlotte E Frink 
Polk W. 

1 W Brown 
William A Howard 

Portland ave. 
Otto Poppe 
Prairie ave. 

Lyman Ware 
John W Streeter 
De Laski Miller 
E W Hunter 
Staley N Chapin 
Horatio N Hurlbut 
H V Halbert 
George A Hall 
E J Doering 
James F Todd 
J R Gore 
Charles Gatchell 
J S Mitchell 
Hel n M Hannah 
John S Marshall 
J B McFatrich 
Horatio Keeler 

Randolph. 

John G Trine 
Edmund Andrews 
E Wyllys Andrews 
Frank T Andrews 
Andrew J Baxter 
B A Brigham 
N S Davis, Sr 
N S Davis, Jr 
W G Eggleston 
James H Etheridge 
Henry P Newman 
Edward B Weston 
Ddward S McLeod 
L R Williams 
W E Dodd 
E Marguerat 
N P Pearson 
A Rosenbury 
Rudolph Seiffert 



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189 


Liston H Montgom 


- 6 




ery 


6 




Randolph W. 


12 
44 


56 


A C Brendecke 




156 


Alfred H Stephani 




156 


Wilhelm Thies 


2612 


193 


J Schaller 


27C8 


199 


E Seaman Akely 


2921 


199 


G Kernahan 


3035 


331 


John H Byrne 


3228 


262 


U J Swain 


3235 


229 


John Ring 




389 


M F Irwin 


3616 


430 


William Y Provost 




Kay ave. 




39 


N J Nielsen 


56 
58 




Rhodes ave. 


58 


3132 


W Franklin Coleman 58 


Cor 32d, Louisa Sedgwick 


64 


3308 


F H Martin 


69 


3312 


JGSI aynard 




3440 


John H Hollister 


69 




Robey S. 


69 
69 


145 


Beach Loomis 


69 




Robey N. 


69 
69 
69 


697 


Theo Wild 




Rush . 


69 


37 


B D Foster 


69 


49 


Norval H Pierce 




54 


Charles P Beaman 


69 



Sacramento ave. 

131 WR Van Hook 
Sangamon S. 
78 Wm McGregor 
121 G E Brinckerhoff 
246V4 B D Coop 

Sedgwick. 
F P De Vries 
Henry Dietrich 
Henry Banga 



277 

312 

313 _ 

316 Charles Roller 

557 E J Fischer 
Geo J Schaller 
Oscar O Baines 
LR Williams 
Jennie E Smith 



582 
657 
629 
665 



178 



.» eeley ave. 

Chas Bert Reed 
Seminary ave. 
John F Runnels 
Sheffield ave. 

W W Elliott 
Sheldon S. 

M G McLean 
Sixteenth. 

Frank S Johnson 
H A Johnson 

Edmund Andrews 



Frank T Andrews 
E Wyllys Andrews 
J Harvev Bates 
Clifford Mitchell 
South Park ave. 
Jessie G Robertson 
Alicia A Flanders 
H KirBchtein 
C K Fleming 
Boerne Bettman 
Marcus P Hatfield 
Stanton ave. 
Henry Sherry 

State. 
D Duncan 
S A Mc Williams 
William E Quine 
D C Stillians 
A G Haerther 
Harriet C B Alexan- 
der 
Peter S Arndt 
Bernard S Arnulphy 
Mary E Bates 
Boerne Bettman 
M J Bliem 

Mary Weeks Burnett 
Mrs Rose W Bryan 
Francis C Caldwell 
Shobal Vail Cleven- 

ger 
James D Craig 
Rosa H Engert 
Edward Everett 
Chas Gordon Fuller 
John E Oilman 
Henry Gradle 
William J Hawkes 
Jennie E Hayner 
Samuel P Hedges 
J E Hequembonrg 
Alfred H Hiatt 
Edwin J Kuh 
C E Laning 
Wells LeFevre 
Leonard Lundgren 
Sven A Lundgren 
Abbie J Mace 
Marie J Mergler 
C D Messinger 
E D Messinger 
Blanche Moore 
Henrietta K Morris 
Lottie J Park 
E A Pratt 
Leonard H Pratt 
Marie E Reasner 
W E Reed 
Geo E Richards 
Mrs E H Roots 
Sarah H Stevenson 
C I Thacher 
Mary H Thompson 
Charles H. Vilas 
Joseph Watry 
Geo H Weeks 



69 J A Weeks 

69 W H Woodbury 

70 Henrv Banga 
H H Boulter 
J R Boynton 

Stephen Breckinridge 
Daniel R Brower 
Harrv Brown 
WGBryson 
Staley N Chapin 
D B Deal 
A L DeSauchet 
Fannie Dickinson 
C S Eldridge 
70 H S Hahn 
E Flet her Ingals 
80 Myron E Lane 
Halleck Hart Look 
E M P Ludlam 
Lewis L McArthur 
J Matterson 
Clifford Mitchell 
Xorval H Pierce 
John Edwin Rhodes 
J A RoMson 
Joseph P Ross 
Vida A Saunder 
Emilie Siegmund 
E C Sweet 
Mary L Vincent 
W. J Webb 
Catharine J Wells 
Geo W Wolgamott 
75 I Clendenen 
8 M Mannheimer 
8 F L Peire 
8 A G Schloesser 
8 Ernest Schmidt 
'8 O L Schmidt 
96 J G Carroll 
100 Joseph H Buff urn 
100 T C Duncan 
100 W M Stearns 
103 Joseph G Bemis 
103 Charles H Berry 
103 H A Coulter 
103 E D Cross 
103 J C David 
103 C F Ely 
103 F H Foster 
103 Albert S Gray 
103 Wallace K Harrison 
103 Ferdinand C Hotz 
103 E W Hunter 
103 Robert Hunter 
103 Mahlon Hutchinson 
103 M Gaylord Pingree 
103 Edgar M Reading 
103 Edwin F Rush 
103 Fred C Schaefer 
103 C A Williams 
106 James Heffernan 
125 J Allen Adams 
125 Rufus W Bishop 
125 S C Blake 
125 G E Brinckerhoff 
125 Henry T Byfoid 
125 William H Byford 



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125 
125 
125 
125 
125 
125 
125 
125 
135 
125 
125 
125 
125 
125 
125 
125 
126 
126 
126 
126 
126 
126 
126 
126 
106 
163 
163 
65 
163 
163 
163 
163 
163 
163 
163 
163 
163 
163 
163 
163 
163 
lt>3 
171 
175 
175 
202 
218 
-224 
224 
235 
235 
235 
235 
235 
236 
239 
243 
243 
-243 
243 
243 
243 
279 
279 
359 
361 
363 
426 



Cyrenius A David 
N B Delamater 
Christian Fenger 
E L Guffln 
George F Hawley 
Bayard Holmes 
John WHutchins 
Franklin B Ives 
Daniel T Nelson 
Julius Otto 
Charles T Parkes 
James P Prestley 
Charles G Smith 
R Tilley 
Lyman Ware 
Joseph Zeisler 
B M Behrens 
Moreau R Brown 
J Elliott Colbnrn 
W H Davis 
F J Dewey 
Frank H Gardiner 
Milton Jay 
J B McFatrich 
J E Stubba 
GeoB Abbot 
Charles P Be aman 
N S Davis 
W J Clary 



424 

452 

441 

527 

511 

533 

511 

511 

513 

581 

511 

1601 

1735 

1801 

1801 

1801 

1801 

2113 

2524 

2719 

2724 

2725 

2840 

2952 

3021 

3102 

3102 

3102 

3102 



W Franklin Coleman3l02 
W L Copeland 3160 

Wm H German 3160 

John E Harper 3300 

Horatio Keeler 3500 

M H Lackersteen 3504 
F H Martin 3656 

M D Ogden 3732 

Henry Olin 3818 

Chas W Purdy 3835 

Henry J Reynolds 3847 
C C P Silva 3858 

W T Thackeray 3901 

F L Peire 3904 

M D Ogden 3904 

Henry J Reynolds 3906 
A C Rankin 
Alfred L Willard 
H G Wildman 
J C McCoy 
Frank Billings 
H H Frothingham 
Chas Pague 
Heman Spalding 
Swayne Wickersham |J* 
Arthur De Bansset 
Wallace Blanchard 
James M Brydon 
Walter Hay 
Edwin H Hayes 
Katherine D Munn 
Henry K Stratford 
E B Taylor 52 

Albert H Burr 52 

C Allison Foulks 52 

H W Joy 52 

Chas C Singley 79 

C Graham 79 

H E Hildebrand 204 



59 
153 
177- 
177 
205 
295 



384 
417 
426 

326 



C H McCallister 

W L Simpson 

D Mills Tucker 

John B Chaffee 

Anson L Clark 

Geo Cleveland 

M G Hart 

R A Hasbro uck 

H S Tucker 

F A Wheeler 

HK Whitford 

Adolphus D Colton 628 



Frank R Walters 
Charles C Beery 
Elmer E Babcock 
T K Jacobs 
DAK Steele 
C W Stanley 
Chas N Durselen 
Geo W Miller 
Anson Munsell 
David B Baton 
Chas J Creighton 
A A Wesley 
Harry C Whiting 
Andrew J Coey 
J Guerin 
W K Jaque 1 ? 
Edw V McDonald 
A A Wesley 
John H Besharian 
William E Morgan 
A R Small 
Chas C Fredigke 
William E Hall 
Finley Ellingwood 
W H Wolf ord 
J A Shepstone 
Willis F Moore 
A J Marks 
Charles Caldwell 
W H Edgar 
J W Marley 
W H Wolford 
N N Hurst 

State N". 
W L Marr 
Otto T Freer 
J Blanchard 
Wallace Blanchard 
A Melville Tully 



207 Jos P Cobb 
207 Charles A Dewey 
217 Vida A Saunder 
217 Catharine J Wells 
221 J Harvey Lyon 
Hall 243 F Montrose Weller 
268 H B Sanders 
300 W M Burbank 
300 W J Johnson 
339 A J Marks 
603 Emil Giljohann 
W J C Casley 
A D Finucane 
Thirty-Second. 
Cor Rhoads ave Rhoda M 

Galloway 
284 C J Simons 

Thirty-Seventh. 
97 E A Ballard 
Sheldon Leavett 
F R Sherwood 
K L Hickox - 
Chas C Fredigke 
Arthur L Blunt 

Thirty-Third. 

118 WH Lewis 
Throop. 

34 Ephraim Ingalls 
34 Homer M Thomas 
36 John B Murphy 
Twelfth W. 



7--2S 



148 
356 
358 
445 
540 



136 Gustav Fischer 

136 Fred R Formaneck 

Cor Jefferson, F J Jirka 

182 A C Morey 

2S7 Geo F Bradley 

287 Michael W Kelleher 

287 Ed Liebig 

287 Frank J Novak 

289 John J Alderson 

336 E J Howe 

336 J E Reynolds 

336 James P Way 

422 I N Lilly 

422 T A Lilly 

422 Phil Sattler 

492 J H Fitzgerald 

509 Chas L Kerler 



Wallace K Harrison 561 ^ F Buecking 



Moreau R Brown 
William C Hunt 
John H Chew 
Hugh T Patrick 

Superior. 
N S Davis, Jr 
Thirty-First. 
William L Axford 
Ed Bert 
Chas A Storey 
Geo A Thompson 
Geo A Thompson 
T B Wiggin 
Scott Helm 



503 W E J Michelet 
Cor Throop, S B L Merrill 

621 Carl Struh 

659 R Melme 

781 Chris Fuersattel 

783 T A Scott 

908 James Burke 

999 JJThometz 

Twenty-Eighth. 

205 Charles Adams 



1S1 
189 



Twenty-Fifth. 

Charles C Beery 
T K Jacobs 



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Twenty-First. 

132 Louise Dickerson. 
642 J R Hayes 
681 Edmund Christie. 
709 Mathias Brand 
709 David O'Shea 
722 E A Mullan 
730 WHP Evatt 
S90 Jno G Franke 
900 Jennie B Clark 
900 William E Miller 
900 J A Clark 

Twenty-Ninth 

34 William Edward Mor 

gun 
75V4 RHBroe 
81 J Young 
139 E O Beebe 

Twenty-Second. 
65 Albert B Hale 
65 Edwin M Hale 
791/2 J B Talcott 
125 Chas Krusemarck 
125 EOF Roller 
125 Horace M Starkey 
129 E Dilliard 
144 Mary L Vincent 
171 Sara E Bacon 
171 Elmer L Hollister 
171 James F Todd 

Twenty-Second W 
871 W M Jackson 

Twenty-Seventh. 
559 N J Schroeder 

Twenty-Sixth. 
37 Frederick W Mercer 
348 D F Brennen 
420 Augustus V Park 
449 D Collins 
477 J A Schmidt 
Twenty-Third. 

64 S M French 

65 Frank Billings 
University PI. 

35 Lester Curtis 

Van Bnren. 
112 A C Olin 
134 Lysander Meeker 
171 E L Stahl, Jr 

Van Buren W. 
Cor Halsted 

Eugene W Whitney 

328 Charles Earll 

329 H N Small 
329 Andrew Stewart 
378 Leonard C Borland 
378 M W Borland 
436 F A Hodson 
507 HM Martin 
527 Mary E Bates 
593 Wm T Montgomery 
600 Wm Hanley 



694 


E L Tons 




858 


J J Tuthill 


144 


971 


George W Newton 
T A Davis 


397 


977 


439 


1035 


W T Sherwood 


461 


1215 


G II Scroggy 


625 




Vernon ave. 


962 
1153 


3001 


Chas A Storey 




3120 


Joseph L Hancock 




3145 


D J Harris 


523 


3200 


Andrew J Park 




3325 


Edward B Weston 




3229 


William T Barry 


438 


•-3242 


Ed Bert 




3305 


Samuel Cole 


52 
388 
390 


3401 


J Priestman 


3600 


W R Hillegas 


A 


"ernon Park PI. 


907 


. 36!/ 2 


Delvina Dion 
Yincennes ave. 


1410 


3545 


W V Coffin 


1800 


3560 


J S Stockwell 


1828 


360 J 


H H Deming 


1828 


3629 


Kate I Graves 


2103 


3638 


F B Norcomb 


2103 


3733 


Edward W Sawver 


2139 


3857 


O H E Clarke 


2139 


3857 


E A Hanna 


2317 


3846 


A L Lennard 


2333 

2335 
2414 




W abash ave. 


130 


Charles G Plummer 


2515 


143 


L D Mcintosh 


2974 


143 


T W Sheardown 


2979 


240 


J H Bird 


3111 


240 


G B Bowlby 


3123 


240 


Almon Brooks 


3126 


240 


A C Cotton 


3155 


240 


Charles G Davis 


3446 


240 


Delvina Dion 




240 


J D Hammond 


38 


240 


Justin Hayes 


50 


240 


Plymmon Hayes 


161 


240 


James N Hyde 


262 


240 


F H Montgomery 


658 


240 


D WMcNeal 


853 


240 


Henry Plumb 




240 


Chas Bert Reed 




240 


G W Whitfield 


9 


241 


Louise Dickerson 


10 


242 


John B S King 


14 


271 


John H DeWitt 


15 


362 


William T Akins 


90 


362 


M S Leech 


91 


367 


M S Leech 


105 


518 


Ebenezer Thurston 


113 


526 


James H Stowell 


191 


1253 


Albert H Burr 


203 


1332 


J C Valentine 


259 


1332 


Sarah L Valentine 


259 


1355 


HW Joy 


330 


1412 


Dayton Painter 


730 


1558 


M G Hart 


747 


1700 


J R Kewley 


821 


1734 


Samuel Edwards 


856 



Taylor W. 

F J Patera 
Wiiliam McCarthy 
Patrick O'Connell 
Geo C Synon 
Gustav Schirmer 
Ed Liebig 
Abbie J Mace 

Thirteenth PI. 

E J Howe 
Thirty-Eighth. 

Charles E Caldwell 
Thirty-Fifth. 

James I Tucker 
Albert L Clarke 
E O Christoph 
J H Krueger 
George Bell 

Wabash ave. 

E Deans 
Ernest Schmidt 
O L Schmidt 
James E Gross 
M M Gross 
Rufus W Bishop 
Robert Randolph 
D Mills Tucker 
M H Landreth 
Louis N Barlow 
Chas Krusemarck 
Flavius M Wilder 
Emil Sincere 
Alfred Bosworth 
J R Kewley 
Martin Matter 
Harvey J Lyon 
Royce A Camp 
H Martin Scudder 

Walnut. 
Geo B Walker 
W H Vary 
A K Smith 
J E Kennedy 
W M W Davidson 
A H Tagert 
Warren ave. 
Geo F Washburne 
R N Foster 
C A Williams 
W M Stearns 
Joseph Haven 
L K Blakeslee 
David W Graham 
John M Fleming 
Wells LeFevre 
Odelia Blinn 
V C McUlure 
Thomas D Palmer 
H S Hann 
Charl s H Evans 
Lucy E Ermine 
Annette S Dobbin 
Eli Wight 



32 



Chicago Physicians' Street Guide. 





Washington. 


811 


A W Bnrnside 




Western ave. S. 


85 


ChasE Walker 


877 


Gertrude Scott Condit ^35 


F S Horn 


85 


J B Walker 


Washington PI. 


125 


Philon C Whidden 


103 


George L Beach 
John E Hurlbut 


2 


Junius M Hall 


143 


J J M Angear 


108 


5 


Roswell G Bogue 


173 


C Jackson Tobias 


108 


Frances E Thornton ^ 


O N Huff 


176 


Jerome Henry Salis- 


108 


Eli Wight 








bury 


155 


W W Hinish 


Washtenaw ave. 


255 


C T Hoo.l 


163 


C D Manning 


815 


H. A C oulter 


358 


A V Hutchins 


170 


E L Rivenburg 




Waverly PI. 


1160 


Geo W Boice 




Washington W. 


29 


Marie J Mergler 




Western ave. N. 


112 


John M Fleming 




Webster ave. 


1061 


J C Merrick 


300 


Henrietta K Morris 


499 


F H Foster 




Willow. 


306 
315 


Z P Hanson 
W H Woodbury 




Wells. 


83 


A C Bnell 


325 


Chas E Camp 


82 


O G Miller 




Wilmot ave. y 


325 


Henry Van Buren 


94 


Raymond L Leonard gqq 


W W Hinish 


335 


George W Reynolds 138 


N J Smedley 






356 


Henry C Feder 


196 


A Holmboe 


Vvmciiesier ave. 


394 


John Kean 


226 


C F P Korsell 


122 


W D Garvin 


428 


J A Robinson 


248 


C D B O'Ryan 






428 


Joseph P Ross 


322 


A E Freund 




Winthrop PI. 


435 


Oscar C DeWolf 


324 


Charles C Higgins 


2 


Donald Fraser 


447 


Watson Oarr 


380 


Theodore Strehz 






455 


John E Gilman 


397 


H L Lemker 




Wisconsin. 


455 


H N Lyon 


405 


R Vampill 


24 


Charles H Berry 


471 


John A McDonald 


452 


John Fisher 


51-53 Ph H Mathei 


535 


Charles Warrington 468 


A Hottenroth 


65 


Emilie Siegmund 




Earle 


521 


F A Karst 






535 


Frank B Earle 








Wood S. 


582 


Fred C Schaefer 


Wentworth ave. 


114 


Isaac Prince 


636i/ 2 


Philip Adolphus 


2424 


C Frithiof Larson 


114 


Geo E Shipman 


652 


WHBurt 


2427 


Emil Schottenfels 


120 


Geo E Shipman 


681 


John D Skeer 


2459 


Alfred Dahlberg 


193 


A C Cotton 


683 


Albert E Hoadley 


2642 


Edwin H Smith 


300 


Albert J Ochener 


713 


S J Avery 


2901 


Charles Plaum 


300 


H B Stehman 


721 


Sereno W Ingraham3100 


AL Thomas 


516 


F McCormick 


726 


C C Dodge 


3109 


J P Lynch 






726 


Walter F Knoll 


3901 


Albert E Froom 




Wood N. 


751 


E Garrott 


4441 


Otto Poppe 


764 


Geo Leininger. 




ILLINOIS MEDICAL PRACTICE ACT. 

AN ACT TO REGULATE THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE IN THE STATE 

OF ILLINOIS. APPROVED JUNE 16, 1887, IN FORCE 

JULY 12, 1887. 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in 
the General Assembly, That no person shall practice medicine in any of its de- 
partments in this State, unless 'such person possesses the qualifications required 
by this act. If a graduate in medicine, he shall present his diploma to the State 
Board of Health for verification as to its genuineness. If the diploma is found 
genuine, and from a legally chartered medical institution in good standing, and 
if the person named therein be the person claiming and presenting the same, the 
State Board of Health shall issue its certificate to that effect, signed by all the 
members thereof, and such certificate shall be conclusive as to the right of the 
lawful holder of the same to practice medicine in this State. If not a graduate, 
the person practicing medicine in this State shall present himself before said 
board and submit himself to such examination as the board may require, and if 
the examination be satisfactory to the board, the said board shall issue its certif- 
icate in accordance with the facts, and the lawful holder of such certificate shall 
be entitled to all the rights and privileges herein mentioned. 

Sec. 2* The State Board of Health shall organize within three months after 
the passage of this act, it shall procure a seal, and shall receive through its secre- 
tary applications for certificates and examinations; the president and secretary 
shall have authority to adminster oaths, and the board to take testimony in all 
matters relating to its duties; it shall issue certificates to all who furnish satis- 
factory proof of having received diplomas or licenses from legally chartered- 
medical institutions in good standing as may be determined by the board; it shall 
prepare three forms of certificates, one for persons in possession of such diplomas 
or licenses, the second for candidates examined and favorably passed on by the 
board, and a third for persons to whom certificates may be issued as hereinafter 
provided in section 12 of this act; it shall furnish to the county clerks of the 
several counties a list of all persons receiving certificates. In selecting places to 
hold its meetings, it shall, as far as is reasonable, accommodate applicants resid- 
ing in differ nt sections of the State, and due notice shall be published of all of 
its meetings for examination. Certificates shall be signed by all the members of 
the board, and the secretary of the board shall receive from the applicant a fee of 
five (5) dollars for each certificate issued to such graduate or licentiate. Grad- 
uates or licentiates in midwifery to pay the sum of two (2) for each certificate. 
All such fees for certificates shall be paid by the secretary into the treasury of 
the board. 



*See act establishing State Board of Health, post. 

33 



34 Illinois State Laws. 



Sec 3. The verification of the diploma shall consist in the affidavit of the 
holder and applicant that he is the lawful possessor of the same, and that he is 
the person therein named. Such affidavit may be taken before any person author- 
ized to administer oaths, and the same shall be attested under the hand and 
official seal of such officer, if he have a seal; and any person swearing falsely shall 
be deemed guilty of perjury, and punished accordingly. Gr iduates may present 
their diplomas and affidavits as provided in this act, by letter or by proxy, and 
the State Board of Health shall issue its certificate the same as though the owner 
of the diploma was present. 

Sec. 4. All examinations of persons not graduates or licentiates, shall be 
made directly by the board, and the certificates given by the board shall authorize 
the possessor to practice medicine and surgery in the State of Illinois. 

Sec. 5. Every person holding a certificate from the State Board of Health 
shall have it recorded in the office of the clerk of the county in which he resides, 
within three months from its date, and the date of recording shall be indorsed 
thereon. Until such certificate is recorded as herein provided the holder thereof 
§hall not exercise any of the rights or privileges conferred therein to practice 
medicine. Any person removing to another county to practice shall record the 
certificate in like manner in the county to which he removes, and the holder of 
the certificate Bhall pay to the county clerk the usual fees for making the record. 

Sec. 6. The county clerk shall keep, in a book provided for the purpose, a 
complete list of the certificates recorded by him, with the date of the issue of the 
certificate. If the certificate be based on a diploma or license, he shall record the 
name of the medical institution conferring it, and the date when conferred. The 
register of the county clerk shall be open to public inspection during business 
hours. 

Sec. 7. The fees for the examination of non-graduates shall be as follows : 
twenty (20) dollars for an examination in medicine and surgery; ten (10) dollars 
for an examination in midwifery only; and said fees shall be paid into the treas- 
ury of the board. If an applicant fails to pass said examination his or her fee 
shall be returned. Upon successfully passing the examination the certificate of 
the board shall be issued to the applicant without further charge. 

Sec. 8. Examinations may be made in whole or in part writing, and shall be 
of an elementary and practical character, but sufficiently strict to test the cpitali- 
fications of the candidate as a practitioner. 

Sec 9. The State Board of Health may refuse to issue the certificates, pro- 
vided for in section 2 to individuals guilty of unprofessional or dishonorable 
conduct, and it may revoke such certificates for like causes. In all cases of re- 
fusal or revocation, the applicant may appeal to the Governor, who may affirm 
or overrule the decision of the board, and this decision shall be final. 

Sec. 10. Any person shall be regarded as practicing medicine, within the 
meaning of this act, who shall treat, operate on, or prescribe for any physical 
ailment of another. But nothing in this act shall be construed to prohibit ser- 
vices in cases of emergency, or the domestic administration of family remedies. 
And this act shall not apply to commissioned surgeons of the United States 
Army, Navy or Marine Hospital Service in the discharge of their official duties. 

Sec 11. Any itinerate vendor of any drug, nostrum, ointment or appliance 
of any kind, intended for the treatment of disease or injury, or who shall, by 
writing or printing, or any other method, profess to cure or treat disease or 
deformity, by any drug, nostrum, manipulation or other expedient, shall pay a 
license of one hundred (100) dollars per month into the treasury of the board, to be 



Medical Practice Act. 35 

collected by the State Board of Health, in the name of the People of the State of 
Illinois for the use of said Board of Health. And it shall be lawful for the State 
Board of Health to issue such license on application made to the State Board of 
Health, such license to be signed by the president of the board and attested by 
the secretary of the board, with the seal of the board. Any such itinerate vendor 
who shall vend or sell any such drug, nostrum, ointment or appliance without 
having a license so to do, shall, if found guilty, be fined in any sum not less than 
one hundred dollars, and not exceeding two hundred dollars for each offense, to 
be recovered in an action of debt before any court of competent jurisdiction. 
But such board may, for sufficient cause, refuse such license. 

Sec. 12. * Any person practicing medicine or surgery in the State without the 
certificate issued by this board in compliance with the provisions of this act, 
shall for each and every instance of such practice forfeit and pay to the people of 
the State of Illinois, for the use of the said State Board of Health, the sum of 
one hundred (100) dollars for the first offense, and two hundred (200) dollars for 
each subsequent offense, the same to be recovered in an action of debt before any 
court of competent jurisdiction and any person filing, or attempting to file, as 
his own, the diploma or certificate of another, or a forged affidavit of identifica- 
tion, shall be guilty of a felony, and upon conviction, shall be subject to such 
fine and imprisonment as are made and provided by the statutes of the State for the 
crime of forgery: Provided, that all persons who have been practicing medicine 
continuously for ten years within this State prior to the taking effect of the act I 
to which this is an amendment, and who have not under said original act ob- 
tained a certificate from said Board of Health to practice medicine in this State, 
shall, upon proper application to said Board of Health receive such certificate, 
unless it shall be ascertained and determined by said Board of Health that the 
person so applying for a certificate is of immoral character, or guilty of unpro- 
fessional or dishonorable conduct, in which case, said Board of Health may re- 
ject such application : And y prorided, that such application for a certificate shall 
be made within six months after the taking effect of this act, and all persons 
holding a certificate on account of ten years' practice shall be subject to all the 
requirements and discipline of this act, and the act to which this is an amendment, 
in regard to their future conduct in the practice of medicine the same as all other 
persons holding certificates, and all persons not having applied for or received 
such certificate within six months after the taking effect of this act, and all per- 
sons whose applications have for the causes herein named been rejected, or cer- 
tificates revoked, shall, if they shall practice medicine, be deemed guilty of prac- 
ticing in violation of law, and shall suffer the penaliies herein provided. 

Sec. 13. Upon conviction of either of the offenses mentioned in this act, the 
court shall, as part of the judgment, order that the defendant be committed to 
the common jail of the county until the fine and costs are paid, and upon failure 
to pay the same immediately, the defendant shall be committed under said order 
Provided, that either party may appeal in the same time and manner as appeals 
may be taken in other cases, except that where an appeal is prayed in behalf of 
the people, no appeal bond shall be required to be filed, whether the appeal be 
from a justice of the peace, or from the county or circuit court, or from the ap- 

*Cases are now pending in the courts involving the constitutionality and 
construction of this section. 

•I Act approved May 29, 1877, and in force July 1, 1877. Section 17 of the act 
of 1877 provided " that the provisions of this act shall not apply to those that 
have been practing medicine ten years within this State." 



36 Illinois State Laics. 



pellate court. But it shall be suffic'ent, in behalf of the people of the State of 
Illinois, for the use of the State Board of Health, to pray an appeal, and there- 
upon appeal may be had without bond or security. 

Sec. 14. All acts and parts of acts inconsistent, or in conflict with this act, 
are hereby repealed. 



DEAD BODIES FOR DISSECTION. 

An Act to Promote the Science of Medicine and Surgery in the State of Illinois. 

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People Of the Sta'e of Illinois, represented in 
the General Assembly, That superimendents of penitentiaries, houses of cor- 
rection and bridewells, wardens of hospitals, insane asylums and poor houses, 
coroners, sheriffs, jailors, city and county undertakers, and all other State, county 
town and city officers in whose custody the body of any deceased person required 
to be buried at public expense shall be, shall give permission to any physician 
or surgeon (a licentiate of the State Board of Health) or to any medical college or 
school, public or private, of any city, town or county, upon his or their request 
therefor, to receive and remove free of charge or expense, after having given proper 
notice to relatives or guardians of the deceased, the bodies of such deceased per- 
sons to be buried at public expense, to be by him or them used within the State, 
for advancement of medical science, preference being given to medical colleges 
or schools, public or private; said bodies to be distributed to and among the 
same equitably: the number assigned to each being in proportion to the students 
of each college or school: Provided, however, that if any person claiming to be, 
and satisfying the proper authorities that he is of kindred of the deceased, shall 
ask to have the body for burial, it shall be surrendered for interment: And, provided, 
further, that any medical college or school, public or private, or any officers of 
the same, that shall receive the bodies of deceased persons for the purposes of 
scientific study, under the provisions of this act, shall furnish the same to 
students of medicine and surgery, who may be under their instruction, at a price 
not exceeding the sum of five dollars for each and every such deceased body so 
furnished. 

Sec. 2. Any physician or surgeon (a licentiate of the Illinois State Board of 
Health) or any medical college or school, public or private, before receiving any 
dead body or b )dies, shall give to the proper authority, surrendering the same to 
him or them, a sufficient bond that said body or bodies shall be used only for the 
promotion of medical science within this State: and whoever shall use said body 
or bodies for any other purpose or shall remove the same beyond tbe limits of 
this State, and whosoever shall sell or buy any such body or bodies or shall traffic 
in the same, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall, on conviction, 
be fined in a sum of not less than one hundred dollars and be imprisoned in the 
county jail for a term of not less than thirty days nor more than one year; the 
fine accruing from such conviction, to be paid into the school fund of the county 
where the offense shall have been committed. 

Sec. 3. Any officer refusing to deliver the remains or body of any deceased 
person when demanded in accordance with th:; provisions of this a t, shall pay 
a penalty of not less than fifty dollars nor moie than one hundred dollars for the 
first offense, and for the second offense a penalty of not less than one hundred 
dollars, nor more than five hundred dollars, and for a third offense, or any offense 
thereafter, the penalty of not less than five hundred dollars, or be imprisoned in 
the county jail not less than six nor more than twelve months, or both, at the 



(co Of 

Dead Bqdies for Dissection. 37 

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discretion of the court; such penalties to-be-stled for by the health department, 
as the case may be. 

Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of preceptors, professors and teachers, and 
all officers of medical colleges or schools, public or private, who shall receive any 
dead body or bodies, in pursuance of the provisions of this act, decently to bury 
in some pubic cemetery, or to cremate the same in a furnace properly con- 
structed for that purpose, the remains of all bodies, after they shall have 
answered the purposes of study aforesaid, and for any neglect or violation of the 
provisions of this act, the party or parties so neglecting shall, on conviction, 
forfeit or pay a penalty of not less than fifty dollars, nor more than one hundred 
dollars, or be imprisoned in he county jail not less than sis nor more than 
twelve months, or both, at the discretion of the court; such penalties to be sued 
for by school officers, or any person interested therein, for the benefit of the 
school fund of the county in which the offense shall have been committed. 

Sec. 5. An act entitled "An act to promote the science of medicine and sur- 
gery in the State of Illinois," approved February 16, 1874, in force July 1, 1874, is 
hereby repealed. 

Approved June 26, 1885. In force July 1st, 1885. 



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented 
in the General Assembly, that the Governor, with the advice and consent of the 
Senate, shall appoint seven persons who shall constitute the Board of Health. 
The persons so appointed shall hold their offices for seven years; 

Provided, That the terms of office of the seven first appointed shall be so 
arranged that the term of one shall expire on the 30th day of December of each 
year; and the vacancies so created, as well as all vacancies occuring otherwise, 
shall be filled by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate: and 

Provided also, That appointments made when the Senate is not in session, 
may be confirmed at its next ensuing session. 

Seo. 2. The State Board of Health shall have the general supervision of the 
interests of the health and life of the citizens of the State. They shall have 
charge of all matters pertaining to quarantine; and shall have authority to make 
such rules and regulations, and siich sanitary investigations as they may, from 
time to time, deem necessary for the preservation or improvement of public 
health; and it shall be the duty of all Police Officers, Sheriffs, Constables, and 
all other officers and employes of the State, to enforce such rules and regula- 
tions so far as the efficiency and success of the Board may depend upon their 
official co-operation. 

Sec 3. The Board of Health shall have supervision of the State system of 
registration of births and deaths, as hereinafter provided; they shall makeup 
such forms and recommend such legislation as shall be deemed necessary for the 
thorough registration of vital and mortuary statistics throughout the State. The 
Secretary of the Board shall be the Superintendent of such registration. The 
clerical duties, and the safe keeping of the bureau of vital statistics thus created 
shall be provided by the Secretary of State. 

Sec 4. It shall be the duty of all Physicians and Accouchers in this State to 
register their names and postoffice address with the County Clerk of the County 
where they reside; and said Physicians and Accouchers shall be required, under 
penalty of $10 to be recovered in any court of competent jurisdiction in the 



38 Illinois State Laws. 



State, at suit of the County Clerk, to report to the County Clerk, within thirty 
days from the date of their occurrence, all births and deaths which may come under 
their supervision, with a certificate of the cause of death, and such correlative 
facts as the Board may require, in the blank forms as hereinafter provided. 

Sec. 5. Where any birth or death shall take place, no Physician or Ac- 
coucher being in attendance, the same shall be reported to the County Clerk, 
within thirty days from the date of their occurrence, with the supposed cause of 
death, by the parent; or, if none, by the nearest of kin, not a minor; or, if 
none, by the resident householder where the death shall occur, under penalty as 
provided in the preceding section of this act. 

Sec. fl. The Coroners of the several counties shall be required to report to 
the County Clerk all cases of death which may come under their supervision with 
the cause and mode of death, etc., as per forrns furnished, under penalty as pro- 
vided in section 4 of this act. 

Sec. 7. All amounts recovered under the penalties herein provided shall be 
appropriated to a special fund for the carrying out the objects of this law. 

Sec. 8. The County Clerks of the several Counties in the State shall be re- 
quired to keep s)parate books for the registration of the names and post-office 
address of Physicians and Accouchers, for births, for marriages, and for deaths. 
Said books shall always be open to inspection without fee; and said County 
Clerks shall be required to render a full and complete report of all births, niar- 
riiges and deaths to the Secretary of the Board of Health, annually, and at such 
other times as the Board may direct. 

Sec. 9. It shall be the duty of the Board of Health to prepare such forms for 
the record of births, marriages and deaths as they may deem prop?r; the said 
forms to be furnished by the Secretary of said Board, to the County Clerks of the 
several Counties, whose duty it shall be to furnish them to such persons as are 
herein required to make reports. 

Sec. 10. The first meeting of the Board shall be within fifteen days after their 
appointment, and thereafter in January and June of each year, and at such other 
times as the Board shall deem expedient. The meeting in January of each year 
shall be in Springfield. A majority shall constitute a quorum. They shall choose 
one of their number to be President, and they may adopt rules and by-laws for 
their government, subject to the provisions of this Act. 

Sec. 11. They shall elect a Secretary, who shall perform the duties prescribed 
by the Board; and by this Act, he shall receive a salary which shall be fixed by 
the Board ; he shall also receive his traveling and other expenses incurred in the 
performance of his official duties. The other members of the Board shall receive 
no compensation for their services but their traveling and other expenses, while 
employed on business of the Board, shall be paid. The President of the Board 
shall quarterly certify the amount due the Secretary, and on presentation of his 
certificate, the Auditor of State shall draw his warrant on the Treasurer for the 
amount. 

Sec. 12. It shall be the duty of the Board of Health to make an Annual Report, 
through their Secretary, or otherwise, in writing, to the Governor of this State 
on or before the first day or January of each year, and such report shall include 
so much of the proceedings of the Board, and such information concerning vital 
statistics; such knowledge respecting diseases, and such instruction on the sub- 
ject of Hygiene as may be thought useful by the Board, for dissemination among 
the people, with such suggestions as to legislative action as they may deem neces- 
sary. 



State Board of Health. 39 

Sec. 13. The sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000), or so much thereof as 
may be necessary, is hereby appropriated to pay the salary of the Secretary, meet 
the contingent expenses of the office of the Secretary, and the expenses of the 
Board, and all costs for printing, which together shall not exceed the sum hereby 
appropriated; said expenses shall be certified and paid in the same manner as 
that of the Secretary. 

Sec. 14. The Secretary of State shall provide rooms suitable for the meet- 
ings of the Board, and office room for the Secretary. 

In force July 1st, 187V. 



ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 

Members of the Board.— W. A. Haskell, M.D., President, Alton; W. K. Mac- 
kenzie, M.D., Chester; II. V. Ferrell, M.D., Carterville; Newton Bateman, LL. 
D., Galesburg; R. Ludlam, M.D., Chicago; A. L.Clark, M.D., Treasurer, Elgin; 
John H. Rauch, M.D., Secretary, Springfield. 

INSTRUCTIONS. 

Certificates authorizing the practice of Medicine and Surgery in the State 
of Illinois, are issued by the State Board of Health on complying with the follow- 
ing requirements, based upon the Amended Medical Practice Act, in force July 
1,1887: 

1. The applicant must present to the State Board, at the office of the Sec- 
retary, in Springfield, or to any member of the Board, the Diploma or License 
of a legally chartered medical institution in good standing.— See post for 
definition of "Colleges in good standing." Such diploma or license may be 
presented in person, may be sent by mail or express. It is safer to send by express. 

2. Said diploma or license must be accompanied by the Affidavit of the 
holder and applicant that he, or she, is the lawful possessor of the same, and 
is the person named therein. 

3. No Certificate will be issued without letters of recommendation from 
reputable medical men with regard to the moral and professional character of the 
applicant— these to be filed as part of the record. 

4. A fee oi Jive dollars must be paid in advance. If not paid in person, a re- 
ceipt should be obtained from the agency by which it is transmitted. 

COLLEGES IN GOOD STANDING. 

To be held in good standing in Illinois, Colleges must comply with the follow- 
ing schedule of requirements. This schedule took effect at the close of the 
session of 188J2-83. No diploma issued since that date will be accepted as the 
basis for a Certificate, unless issued in aecordance with this schedule. 

The only other mode of obtaining a Certificate is through an examination by 
the Board. 

SCHEDULE OP REQUIREMENTS. 

I. Conditions of Admission to Lecture Courses. — 1. Credible certificates of 
good moral standing. 2. Diplomas of graduation from a good literary and scien- 
tific college, or high school, or a first-grade teacher's certificate. Lacking such 
evidence of preliminary education — a thorough examination in the branches of a 
good English education, including mathematics, English composition, and ele- 
mentary physics or natural philosophy. 



40 State Board of Health. 

II. Branches of Medical Science to be included in the Course of Instruction. — 
1. Anatomy. 2. Physiology. 3. Chemistry. 4. Materia Medica and Thera- 
peutics. 5. Theory and Practice of Medicine. 6. Pathology. 7. Surgery. 8. 
Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 9. Hygiene. 10. MedicalJudisprudence (Forensic 
Medicine). 

III. Length of Regular or Graduating Courses. — 1. The time occupied in the 
regular courses or sessions from which students are graduated shall not be less 
than five months, or twenty weeks, each. 2. Two full courses of lectures, not 
within one and the same year of time, shall be required for graduation with the 
Degree of Doctor of Medicine. 

IV. Attendance and Examinations or Quizzes.— 1. Regular attendance dur- 
ing the entire lecture courses shall be required, allowance being made only for 
absences occasioned by the student's sickness, such absence not to exceed twenty 
per centum of the course. 2. Regular examinations or quizzes to be made by 
each lecturer or professor daily, or at least twice each week. 3. Final examina- 
tions on all branches to be conducted, when practicable, by competent examiners 
other than the professors in each branch. 

V. Dissections, Clinics and Hospital Attendance. — 1. Each student shall 
have dissected during two courses. 2. Attendance during at least two terms of 
clinical and hospital instruction shall be required. 

VI. Time of Professional Studies.— This shall not be less than three full 
years before graduation, including the time spent with a preceptor, and 
attendance upon lectures or at clinics and hospitals. 

VII. Instruction.— The college must show that it has a sufficient and compe- 
tent corps of instructors, and the necessary facilities tor teaching, dissections, 
clinics, etc. 



INSTRUCTIONS. 

FOR PRACTITIONERS OF TEN OR MORE YEARS IN THIS STATE, BE- 
FORE JULY 1, 1887* 

Certificates authorizing the practice of Medicine and Surgery in the State of 
Illinois are issued by the State Board of Health, on complying with the follow- 
ing requirements, based upon the amended Medical Practice Act, in force July 1, 
18ST : 

1. The applicant must file in the office of the Secretary of the Board, in 
Springfield, his affidavit that he h ad practiced Medicine and Surgery continuously 
in the State of Illinois ten or more years before July 1, 1877, and must also fur- 
nish corroborative evidence of the same. 

2. No Certificate will be issued without letters of recommendation from rep- 
utable rneiical men, with regard to the moral and professional character of the 
applicant — theee to be filed as part of the record. 

3. A fee of five dollars must be paid in advance. If not paid in person, a 
receipt should be obtained from the agency through which it is transmitted. 



*See Sec. 12 of Practice Act, limiting period within which application could 
be made to Jan; 1st, 1888. 



Dental Practice Act. 41 



MIDWIFE AFFIDAVIT. 

INSTRUCTIONS. 

If applicant has a certificate or diploma, it must be sent to the Board for 
verification, with letters of recommendation from reputable medical men; and 
if she has practiced in the State ten or more years before July 1, 1877, the affida- 
vit must also be accompanied with letters of recommendation. Those without 
certificates or diplomas, and who have not practiced the required length of time 
in this State must be examined by the Board No certificates will be issued un- 
less the requirements on the affidavit are complied with. The fee for examina- 
tion is $5.00. 

AN ACT. 

TO INSURE THE BETTER EDUCATION OF PRACTITIONERS OF DEN- 
TAL SURGERY, AND TO REGULATE THE PRACTICE OF DEN- 
TISTRY IN THE STATE OF ILLINOIS. APPROVED 
MAY 30, 1881. IN FORCE JULY 1ST, 1881. 

Section I. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented 
in the General Assembly : That it shall be unlawful for any person, who is not 
at the lime of the passage of this act engaged in the practice of dentistry in this 
State, to commence such practice, unless such person shall have received a 
diploma from the faculty of some reputable dental college, duly authorized by 
the 'aws of this State, or some other of the United States, or by the laws of some 
foreign county, in which college or colleges there was, at the time of the issue 
of such diploma, annually delivered a full course of lectures and instructions in 
dental surgery: Pro riiled, that any person removing into this State, who shall 
have been, for a period of ten years prior to such removal, a practicing dentist, 
and provided, also, that any person holding the diploma of doctor of medicne 
from any reputable medical college, shall be entitled to practice dentistry in this 
State, upon obtaining a license for that purpose as hereinafter provided; and 
nothing in this act shall be construed to prohibit any physician or surgeon from 
extracting teeth. 

Sec. 2. A board of examiners, to consist of five practicing dentists, is 
hereby created, whose duty it shall be to carry out the purposes and enforce the 
provisions of this act. The members of said board shall be appointed by the 
Governor. The term for which the members of said board shall hoid their 
offices shall be five years, except that the members of the board first to be ap- 
pointed under this act shall hold their offices for the term of one, two, three- 
four and five years, respectively, and until their successors shall be duly ap- 
pointed. In case of a vacancy occurring in said board, such vacancy shall be 
filled by the Governor. 

Sec. 3. Said board shall choose one of its members president, and one the 
secretary thereof, and it shall meet at least once in each year, and as much 
oftener and at such times and places as it may deem necessary. A majority of 
said board shall at all times constitute a quorum, and the proceedings thereof 
shall at all reasonable times be open to public inspection. 

Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of every person who is engaged in the practice 
ol dentistry in this State, within six months from the date of the passage of this 
act, to cause his or her name and residence or place of business to be registered 



42 Illinois State Laws 



with said board of examiners, who shall keep a book for that purpose; and 
every person who shall so register with said board as a practitioner of dentistry, 
may continue to practice the same as such, without incurring any of the liabili- 
ties or penalties provided in this act. 

Sec. 5. No person whose name is not registered on the books of said board 
as a regular practitioner of dentistry, within the time prescribed in the preced- 
ing section, shall be permitted to practice dentistry in this State until such per- 
son shall have been duly examined by said board and regularly licensed in ac- 
cordance with the provisions of this act. 

Sec. 6. Any and all persons, who shall so desire, may appear before said board 
at any of its regular meetings and be examined with reference to their knowl- 
edge and skill in dental surgery, and if the examination of any such person or 
persons shall prove satisfactory to said board, the board of examiners shall 
issue to such persons as they shall find from such examination to possess the 
requisite qualifications, a license to practice dentistry, in accordance with the 
provisions of this act. But said board shall at all times issue a license to any 
regular graduate of any reputable dental college without examination, upon the 
payment by such graduate to the said board of a fee of one dollar. All licenses 
issued by said board shall be signed by the members thereof, and be attested by 
its president and secretary; and snch license shall be prima facie evidence of 
the right of the holder to practice dentistry in the State of Illinois. 

Sec. 7. Any member of said board may issue a temporary license to any 
applicant, upon the presentation by such applicant of the evidence of the neces- 
sary qualifications, to practice dentistry, and such temporary license shall re- 
main in force until the next regular meeting of said board occurring after the 
date of such temporary license, and no longer. 

Sec. 8. Any person who shall violate any of the provisions of this act shall 
be liable to prosecution, before any court of competent jurisdiction, upon infor- 
mation or by indictment, and upon conviction may be fined not less than twenty- 
five dollars, nor more than fifty dollars, for each and every offense. All fines 
recovered under this act shall be paid into the common school fund of the county 
in which such conviction takes place. 

Sec. 9. In order to provide the means for carrying out and maintaining the 
provisions of this act, the said board of examiners may charge each person ap- 
plying to or appearing before them for examination for license to practice den- 
tistry, a fee of two dollars, and out of the funds coming into the possession of 
the board from the fees so charged, the members of said board may receive as 
compensation the sum of five dollars for each day actually engaged in the duties 
of their office and all legitimate and necessary expenses incurred in attending 
the meetings of said board. Said expenses shall be paid from the fees and pen- 
alties received by the board under the provisions of this act. And no part of the 
salary or other expenses of the board shall ever be paid out of the State treas- 
ury. All moneys received in excess of said per diem allowance, and other ex- 
penses above provided for, shall be held by the secretary of said board as a 
special fund for meeting the expenses of said board, he giving such bond as the 
board shall from time to time direct. And said board shall make an annual re- 
port of its proceedings to the Governor, by the fifteenth of December of each 
year, together with an account of all moneys received and disbursed by them 
pursuant to this act. 

Sec. 10. Any person who shall be licensed by said board to practice dentistry, 
shall cause his or her license to be registered with the county clerk of any county 



State Board Dental Examiners. 43 

or counties in which such person may desire to engage in the practice of dentistry, 
and the county clerks of the several counties in this State shall charge for regis- 
tering such license a fee of twenty-live cents for each registration. Any failure, 
neglect or refusal on the part of any person holding such license to register the 
same with the county clerk, as above directed, for a period of six months, shall 
work a forfeiture of the license, and no license, when once forfeited, shall he 
restored, except upon the payment to the said board of examiners of the sum 
of twenty-live dollars, as a penalty for such neglect, failure or refusal. 



ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS. 

Members.— K. N. Lawrence, D. D. S., Lincoln, President; G. V. Black, M. D., 
D. D. S., Jacksonville; Homer Judd, M. D., D. D. S., Upper Alton: C. A. Kitchell, 
Rockford; C. R. E. Koch, Chicago, Secretary. Office of Secretary, 3011 Indiana 
Ave. ; hours, 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. 

The above law, as construed by the Attorney General, makes it obligatory 
upon every dentist who commenctd the practice of dentistry in the State of 
Illinois after July 1, 1881, or who shall hereafter commence such practice, to 
obtain a license from the board of examiners. Those dentists who hold diplomas 
from reputable* dental colleges can obtain license by proving their diplomas and 
paying a fee of one dollar for the same. 

All others must appear before the board for examination. 

All persons not holding diplomas, and desiring to commence practice before 
the regular meeting of the board of examiners, must apply to some member of 
the board for examination, for temporary license, which, if issued, will be valid 
until the next meeting of the board, at which time the person holding a tempo- 
rary license must appear before the board for final examination. 

The fee for each examination is two dollars. Examinations will be conducted 
in writing in Theory and Practice of Dentistry, and Clinical Dentistry ; Anatomy, 
Histology and Surgery ; Physiology, Pathology, Therapeutics and Materia Medica, 
Chemistry and Metallurgy, Prosthetic Dentistry, Deformities and Hygiene. 

Practical demonstrations in operative dentistry will also be required. 

Seventy-five per cent, of the whole number of questions must be correctly 
answered to entitle a person to a license; but any candidate who fails to answer 
correctly seventy-five per cent, of the questions in either of the following sub- 
jects, namely : Theory and Practice, Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology and 
Surgery, even though his general average should be seventy-five per cent, on the 
whole number of questions asked, will not be entitled to a license. 

No persons who are not registered on the books of the board, or who do not 
hold license, can legally practice dentistry in this State, and if they attempt to 
do so, will be liable to prosecution for such illegal practice. 

*The following resolution was adopted at the annual meeting held in Spring- 
field, September, 1884. 

Besocved, That after June, 18S.% The Illinois State Board of Dental Examin- 
ers will recognize as reputable only such dental colleges as require as arequisite 
for graduation, attendance upon two full regular courses of lectures and practical 
instruction, which courses shall each be of not less than five months 1 duration, 
and shall be held in separate years, with practical instruction intervening between 
the i-ourses. Such colleges must also require a preliminary examination before 
admitting students to matriculation; provided, that no certificate from a high or 
normal school or other literary institution, is presented by the candidate. 



44 Illinois State Laios. 



The regular meetings of the board will be held on the third Monday of Sep- 
tember, in the State House, at Springfield, and on the second Monday of May, at 
such place as the Illinois State Dental Society may meet, due notice of which 
may be found in the Dental journals. 



AN ACT. 



TO REGULATE THE PRACTICE OF PHARMACY IN THE STATE OF 
ILLINOIS — APPROVED MAY 30, 1881 — IN FORCE JULY 1, 1881. 

Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the Gen- 
eral Assembly, 

Section 1. That it shall not be lawful for any person other than a registered 
pharmacist to retail, compound or dispense drugs, medicines or poisons, or to 
open or conduct any pharmacy or store for retailing, compounding or dispensing 
drugs, medicines or poisons, unless such persons shall be, or shall employ and 
place in charge of said pharmacy or store a registered pharmacist, within the 
meaning of this act, except as hereinafter provided. 

Sec. 2. Any person, in order to be registered within the meaning of this act, 
must be either a graduate in pharmacy, a graduate in medicine, or shall, at the 
time this act takes effect, be engaged in the business of a dispensing pharmacist 
on his own account, in the State of Illinois, in the preparation of physicians 1 
prescriptions and in the vending and compounding of drugs, medicines and 
poisons, or shall be a licentiate in pharmacy. 

Sec. 3. Graduates in pharmacy must be such persons as have had four years' 
practical experience in drug stores where the prescriptions of medical practi- 
tioners are compounded, and have obtained a satisfactory diploma or credentials 
of their attainments from a regular incorporated college or school of pharmacy. 

Sec. 4. Licentiates in pharmacy must be such persons as have had two years 1 
practical experience in drug stores where the prescriptions of medical practi- 
tioners are compounded, and have passed a satisfactory examination before the 
State Board of Pharmacy, hereinafter mentioned. The said Board may grant 
certificates of registration, without further examination, to the licentiates- of 
such other Boards of Pharmacy as it may deem proper. 

Sec. 5. The Governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate, shall ap- 
point five persons from am^ng such competent pharmacists in the State as have 
had ten years 1 practical experience in the dispensing of physicians 1 prescriptions 
who shall constitute the Board of Pharmacy. The persons so appointed shall 
hold their offices for five years: Provided, that the term of office of the five first 
appointed shall be so arranged that the term of one shall Expire on the thirtieth 
day of December of each year; and the vacancies so created, as well as all vacan- 
cies otherwise occurring, shall be filled by the Governor, with the'advice and 
consent of the Senate; And, provided, alio, that appointments made when the 
Senate is not in session may be confirmed at its next ensuing session. The 
Illinois Pharmaceutical Association shall annually report directly to the Gov- 
ernor, recommending the first year the names of at least ten persons, whom said 
association shall deem best qualified to serve as members of the Board of Phar- 
macy, and the names of at least three persons each year thereafter, to fill any 
vacancies which shall occur in said Board. 

Sec. 6. The said Board shall, within thirty days after its appointment, meet 
and organize by the election of a President and Secretary, from its pwn mem- 



Pharmacy Act. 45 



bers, who shall be elected for the term of one year, and shall perform the duties 
prescribed by the Board. It shall be the duty of the Board to examine all appli- 
cations for registration submitted in proper form ; to grant certificates of regis- 
tration to such persons as may be entitled to the same under the provisions of 
this act ; to cause the prosecution of all persons violating its provisions; to 
report annually to the Governor and to the Illinois Pharmaceutical Association 
upon the condition of Pharmacy in the State, which said report shall also furnish 
a record of the proceedings of the said Board for the year, and also the names 
of all pharmacists duly registered under this act. The Board shall hold meet- 
ings for the examination of applicants for registration, and the transaction of 
such other business as shall pertain to its duties, at least once in three months: 
Provided, that said Board shall hold meetings once in every year in the city of 
Chicago and in the city of Springfield, and it shall give thirty days 1 public notice 
of the time and place of such meetings; shall have power to make by-laws for 
the proper fulfillment of its duties under this act, and shall keep a book of regis- 
tration, in which shall be entered the names and places of business of all per- 
sons registered under this act, which book shall also specify such facts ae said 
persons shall claim to justify their registration. Three members of said Board 
shall constitute a quorum. 

Sec. 7. *Every person claiming the right of registration under this act who 
shall, within three months after this act shall take effect, forward to the Board 
of Pharmacy satisfactory proof, supported by his affidavit, that he was engaged 
in the business of a dispensing pharmacist on his own account in this State at 
the time this act takes effect, as provided in Section Two, shall, upon the pay- 
ment of the fee hereinafter mentioned, be granted a certificate of registration: 
Provided, that in case of failure or neglect to register as herein provided, then 
such person shall, in order to be registered, comply with the requirements pro- 
vided for registration as a graduate in pharmacy or a licentiate in pharmacy 
within the meaning of this act. 

Sec. 8. — Any assistant or clerk in pharmacy, who shall not have the qualifica- 
tion of a registered pharmacist within the meaning of this act, not less than 
eighteen years of age, who, at the time this act takes effect, shall have been 
employed or engaged two years or more in drug stores where the prescriptions 
of medical practitioners are compounded, and shall furnish satisfactory evidence 
to that effect to the State Board of Pharmacy, shall, upon making application 
for registration, and upon payment to the Secretary of the said Board of a fee 
of one dollar, within sixty days after this act takes effect, be entitled to a certifi- 
cate as a " registered assistant," which said certificate shall entitle him to con- 
tinue in such duties as clerk or assistant: but such certificate shall not entitle 
him to engage in business on his own account unless he shall have had at least 
five years' experience in pharmacy at the time of the passage of this act. An- 
nually thereafter, during the time he shall continue in such duties, he shall pay 
to the said Secretary a sum not exceeding fifty cents, for which he shall receive 
a renewal of his certificate. 

Sec. 9. Every person applying for registration as a registered pharmacist, 
under Section Seven of this act, shall, before a certificate is granted, pay to the 
Secretary of the Board the sum of two dollars, and a like sum shall be paid to 
said Secretary by graduates in pharmacy, [by] graduates of medicine, and by 
licentiates of other boards who shall apply for registration; and by every ap- 



'See amendment of this section, 2>ost. 



46 Illinois State Laws. 



plicant for registration by examination shall be paid the sum of five dollars: 
Provided, that in case of the failure of any applicant to pass a satisfactory ex- 
amination his money shall be refunded. 

Sec. 10. ' Every registered pharmacist who desires to continue the practice of 
his profession, shall annually thereafter, during the time he shall continue in 
such practice, on such date as the Board of Pharmacy may determine, pay to the 
Secretary of the said Board a registration fee, to be fixed by the Board, but which 
shall in no case exceed two dollars, for which he shall receive a renewal of said 
registration. Every certificate of registration granted under this act shall be 
conspicuously exposed in the pharmacy to which it applies. 

Sec. 11. The Secretary of the Board shall receive a salary, which shall be 
fixed by the Hoard; he shall also receive his traveling and other expenses in- 
curred in the performance of his official duties. The other members of the 
Board shall receive the sum of five dollars for each day actually engaged in this 
service, and all legitimate and necessary expenses incurred in attending the 
meetings of said Board. Said expenses shall be paid from the fees and penalties 
received by the Board, under the provisions of this act, and no part of the salary 
or other expenses of the Board shall be paid out of the State treasury. All 
moneys received in excess of said per diem allowance and other expenses above 
provided for, shall be held by the Secretary as a special fund for meeting the ex- 
penses of said Board, he giving such bonds as the Board shall from time to time 
direct. The Board shall, in its annual report to the Governor and to the Illinois 
Pharmaceutical Association, render an account of all moneys received and dis- 
bursed by them pursuant to this act. 

Sec. 12. Any person not being, or having, in his employ a registered pharma- 
cist, within the meaning of this act, who shall, sixty days after this act takes 
effect keep a pharmacy, or store for retailing or compounding medicine, or who 
shall take, use or exhibit the title of a registered pharmacist, shall, for each and 
every such offense, be liable to a penalty of fifty dollars. Any registered pharma- 
cist who shall permit the compounding and dispensing of prescriptions, or the 
vending of drugs, medicines or poisons in his store or place of business, except 
under the supervision of a registered pharmacist, or except by a " registered as- 
sistant " pharmacist, or any pharmacist or ".registered assistant," who, while 
continuing in business, shall fail or neglect to procure his annual registration, 
or any person who shall willfully make any false representation to procure 
registration for himself or any other person, shall, for every such offense, be 
liable to a penalty of fifty dollars : Provided, that nothing in this act shall apply 
to nor in any manner interfere with the business of any physician, or prevent 
him from supplying to his patients such articles as may seem to him proper, nor 
with the making or vending of patent or proprietary medicines, or medicines 
placed in sealed packages, with the name of the contents and of the pharmacist 
or physician by whom prepared or compounded, nor with the sale of the usual 
domestic remedies by retail dealers, nor with the exclusively wholesale business 
of any dealers except as hereinafter provided: And provided, further, that no 
part of this section shall be so construed as to give the right to any physician to 
furnish any intoxicating liquor as a beverage, on prescription or otherwise. 

Sec. 13. No person shall add to or remove from any drug, medicine, chemical 
or pharmaceutical preparation, any ingredient or material for the purpose of 
adulteration or substitution, or which shall deteriorate the quality, commercial 
value or medicinal effect, or which shall alter the nature or composition of such 
drug, medicine, chemical or pharmaceutical preparation, so that it will not corre- 



Pharmacy Act. 47 



spond to the recognized tests of identity or purity. Any person who shall thus 
wilfully adulterate or alter, or cause to be adulterated or altered, or shall sell or 
offer for sale any such adulterated or altered drug, medicine, chemical or 
pharmaceutical preparation, or any person who shall substitute, or cause to be 
substituted, one material for another, with the intention to defraud or deceive 
the purchaser, shall be guilty of misdemeanor, and be liable to prosecution under 
this act. If convicted, he shall be liable to all the costs of the action and 
all expenses incurred by the Board of Pharmacy in connection therewith, and 
for the first offense be liable to a fine of not less than fifty dollars nor more than 
one hundred dollars, and for each subsequent offense a fine of not less than 
seventy-five nor more than one hundred and fifty dollars. On complaint being 
entered, the Board of Pharmacy is hereby empowered to employ an analyst or 
chemist expert, whose duty it shall be to examine into the so claimed adultera- 
tion, substitution or alteration, and report upon the result of his investigation; 
and if said report justify such action, the Board shall duly cause the prosecution 
of the offender, as provided in this law. 

Sec. 14. No person shall sell at retail any poison commonly recognized as 
such, and especially aconite, arsenic, belladonna, biniodide of mercury, carbolic- 
acid, chloral hydrate, chloroform, conium, corrosive sublimate, creosote, croton 
oil, cyanide of potassium, digitalis, hydrocyanic acid, laudanum, morphine, mix 
vomica, oil of bitter almonds, opium, oxalic acid, strychnine, sugar of lead, 
sulphate of zinc, white precipitate, red precipitate, without affixing to the box, 
bottle, vessel or package containing the same, and to the wrapper or cover 
thereof, a label bearing the name of the-article, and the word "poison" dis- 
tinctly shown, with the name aid place of business of the seller; he shall not 
deliver any of said poisons to any person under the age of fifteen years, nor shall 
he deliver any of said poisons to any person, without satisfying himself that 
such poison is to be used for a legitimate purpose: Provided, that nothing 
herein contained shall apply to the dispensing of physicians' prescriptions of 
any of the poisons or articles aforesaid. Any person failing to comply with the 
requirements of this section shall be liable to a penalty of five dollars for each 
and every such offense. 

Sec. 15. All suits for the recovery of the several penalties prescribed in this 
act shall be prosecuted in the name of the " People of the State of Illinois," in 
any court having jurisdiction; it shall be the duty of the State"s Attorney of the 
county where such offense is committed, to prosecute all persons violating the 
provisions of this act, upon proper complaint being made. All penalties col- 
lected under the provisions of this act shall inure, one-half to the Board of 
Pharmacy, and the remainder to the school fund of the county in which the suit 
was prosecuted and judgment obtained. 

AN ACT TO AMEND SECTION SEVEN OF AN ACT ENTITLED "AN 

ACT TO REGULATE THE PRACTICE OF PHARMACY 

IN THE STATE OF ILLINOIS." 

Sec. 1. Be ii ', enacted by the people of the State of Illinois, represented in the 
General Assembly, That section seven (7) of an act entitled "An act to regulate 
the practice of pharmacy in the State of Illinois," approved May 30, 1881, in force 
July 1, 1881, be and the same is hereby amended so as to read as follows: 

Sec. 7. Licentiates in pharmacy shall, at the time of passing their examina- 
tion, be registered by the Secretary of the State Board of Pharmacy as registered 
pharmacists. Eegistered assistant pharmacists holding valid certificates as suc n 



48 State Board of Pharmacy. 



may become registered as registered pharmacists upon making application to the 
Board of Pharmacy and paying a fee of two dollars therefor. No person shall 
hereafter be registered as a registered pharmacist except registered assistant 
pharmacists and registered pharmacists holding valid certificates as such, in 
force at the time this amendment takes effect, and licentiates in pharmacy. 
(In force July 1, 1887.) 



STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY, 

Members of the Board. — Herman Schroeder, Quincy, cerm to expire December 
30, 1888; Albert E. Ebert, 426 State St., Chicago, term to expire December 30, 
1889; Chas. W. Day, Springfield, term to expire December 30,1890; Francis A. 
Prickett, Carbondale, term to expire December 30, 1891; William P. Boyd, term 
to expire December 30, 1892. Herman Schroeder, President, Chas. W. Day, Sec- 
retary. 

Regular meetings of the Board are held on the second Tuesday in January, 
April, July and October, alternately in Springfield and Chicago. 

Special meetings are called as occasion may require. 

The Board issues the following instructions: Registration is granted only 
on examination, and in order to be admitted to examination an applicant is 
required to furnish satisfactory proof that he is not less than eighteen years of 
age, and is either — 

1st. A graduate of a College of Pharmacy in good standing; or 

2d. A licentiate of another state having a Board of Pharmacy whose course 
of examination is approved by this Board, and that such applicant has had two 
years, experience in dispensing drugs at retail and filling prescriptions; or 

3. That the applicant has had two years, experience in dispensing drugs and 
filling prescriptions, under the supervision of a registered pharmacist of this 
state, in a lawfully conducted retail drug store or pharmacy. 

Blank applications may be obtained from the secretary and must be in his 
office at least five days prior to the examination, or they will not be received. 



NATIONAL CODES OF ETHICS. 



CODE OF ETHICS OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION ADOPTED MAT, JS47. 

OF THE DUTIES OF PHYSICIANS TO THEIR PATIENTS, AND OF THE 
OBLIGATIONS OF PATIENTS TO THEIR PHYSICIANS. 

Article I. Duties of Physicians to their Patients. 

Section 1. A physician should not only he ever ready to obey the calls of 
the sick, but his mind ought also to be imbued with the greatness of his 
mission, and the responsibility he habitually incurs in its discharge. Those ob- 
ligations are the more deep and enduring, because there is no tribunal, other 
than his own conscience, to adjudge penalties for carelessness or neglect. 
Physicians should, therefore, minister to the sick with due impressions of the 
importance of their office; reflecting that the ease, the health and the lives of 
those committed to their charge depend on their skill, attention and fidelity. 
They should study, also, in their deportment, eo as to unite tenderness with 
firmness, and condescension with authority, so as to inspire the minds of their 
patients with gratitude, respect and confidence. 

Sec. 2. Every case committed to the charge of a physician should be treated 
with attention, steadiness and humanity. Reasonable indulgence should be 
granted to the mental imbecility and caprices of the sick. Secrecy and delicacy, 
when required by peculiar circumstances, should be strictiy observed; and the 
familiar and confidential intercourse to which physicians are admitted in their 
professional visits should be used with discretion, and with the most scrupulous 
regard to fidelity and honor. The obligation of secrecy extends beyond the 
period of professional service; none of the privacies of personal and domestic 
life, no infirmity of disposition or flaw of character observed during professional 
attendance should ever be divulged by the physician, except when he is impera- 
tively required to do so. The force and necessity of this obligation are indeed 
so great, that professional men have under certain circumstances, been pro- 
tected in their observance of secrecy by courts of justice. 

Sec. 3. Frequent visits to the sick are, in general, requisite, since they en- 
able the physician "to arrive at a more perfect knowledge of the disease — to meet 
promptly every change which may occur, and also tend to preserve the confidence 
of the patient. But unnecessary visits are to be avoided, as they give useless 
anxiety to the patient, tend to diminish the authority of the physician, and 
render him liable to be suspected of interested motives. 

Sec. 4. A physician should not be forward to make gloomy prognostications, 
because they savor of empiricism, by magnifying the importance of his services 
in the treatment or cure of the disease. But he should not fail, on proper occa- 
sions, to give to the friends of the patient timely notice of danger, when it really 
occurs; and even to the patient himself, if absolutely necessary. This office, 
however, is so peculiarly alarming when executed by him, that it ought to be de" 
clined, whenever it can be assigned to any other person of sufficient judgment 
and delicacy. For the physician should be the minister of hope and comfort to 
the sick; that by such cordials to the drooping spirit he may smooth the bed of 
death, revive expiring life, and counteract the depressing influence of those 
maladies which often disturb the tranquility of the most resisned in their last 

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moments. The life of a sick person can be shortened, not only by the acts, but 
also by the words or the manner of a physician. It is, therefore, a sacred duty to 
guard himself carefully in this respect, and to avoid all things which have a 
tendency to d''scourage the patient and depress the spirits. 

Sec. 5. A physician ought not to abandon a patient because the case is 
deemed incurable; for his attendance may continue to be highly useful to the 
patient, and comforting to the relatives around him, even in the last period of a 
fatal malady, by alleviating pain and other symptoms, and by soothing mental 
anguish. To decline attendance, under such circumstances, would be sacrificing 
to fanciful delicacy and mistaken liberality that moral duty which is independent 
of and far superior to all pecuniary consideration. 

Sec. 6. Consultations should be promoted in difficult or protracted cases, as 
they give rise to confidence, energy, and more enlarged views in practice. 

Sec 7. The opportunity which a physician not infrequently enjoys, of pro- 
moting and strengthening the good resolutions of his patients suffering under 
the consequences of vicious conduct, ought never to be neglected. His counsels, 
or even remonstrances, will give satisfaction, not offense, if they be proffered 
with politeness, and evince a genuine love of virtue, accompanied by a sincere 
interest in the welfare of the person to whom they are addressed. 

Art. II. Obligations of Patients to Their Physicians. 

Sec. 1. The members of the medical profession, upon whom is enjoined 
the performance of so many important and arduous duties toward the com- 
munity, and who are required to make so many sacrifices of comfort, ease and 
health for the welfare of those who avail themselves of their services, certainly 
have a right to expect and require that their patients should entertain a just 
sense of the duties which they owe to their medical attendants. 

Sec. 2. The first duty of a patient is to select as his medical adviser one 
who has received a regular professional education. In no trade or occupation do 
mankind rely on the skill of an untaught artist; and in medicine, confessedly 
the most difficult and intricate of the sciences, the world ought not to suppose 
that knowledge is intuitive. 

Sec. 3. Patients should prefer a physician whose habits of life are regular, 
and who is not devoted to company, pleasure, or to any pursuit incompatible 
with his professional obligations. A patient should also confide the the care of 
himself and family, as much as possible, to one physician; for a medical man 
who has become a' quainted with the peculiarities of constitution, habits and 
predispositions of those he attends, is more likely to be successful in his treat- 
ment than one who does not possess that knowledge. 

A patient who has thus selected his physician should always apply for advice 
in what may appear to him trivial cases, for the most fatal results often super- 
vene on the slightest accidents. It is of still more importance that he should 
apply for assistance in the forming stage of violent diseases; it is to a neglect of 
this precept that medicine owes much of the uncertainty and imperfection with 
which it has been reproached. 

Sec. 4. Patients should faithfully and unreservedly communicate to their 
physician the supposed cause of their disease. This is the more important, as 
many diseases of a mental origin stimulate those depending on external causes, 
and yet are only to be cured by ministering to the mind diseased. A patient 
should never be afraid of thus making his physician his friend and adviser; he 
should always bear in mind that a medical man is under the strongest obligations 



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of secrecy. Even the female sex should never allow feelings of shame or 
delicacy to prevent their disclosing the seat, symptoms and causes of complaints 
peculiar to them. However commendable a modest reserve may be in the com- 
mon occurrences of life, its strict observance in medicine is often attended with 
most serious consequences, and a patient may sink under a painfnl and loath- 
some disease, which might have been readily prevented had timely intimation 
been given to the physician. 

Sec. 5. A patient should never weary his physician with a tedious detail of 
events or matters not appertaining to his disease. Even as relates to his actual 
symptoms, he will convey much more real information by giving clear answers 
to interrogatories, than by the most minute account of his own framing. 
Neither should he obtrude upon his physician the details of his business, nor the 
history of his family concerns. 

Sec. 6. The obedience of a patient to the prescriptions of his physician 
should be prompt and implicit. He should never permit his own crude opinions 
as to their fitness to influence his attention to them. A failure in one particular 
may render an otherwise judicious treatment dangerous, and even fatal. This 
remark is equally applicable to diet, drink and exercise. As patients become 
convalescent, they are very apt to suppose that the rules prescribed for them 
maybe disregarded, and the consequence, but too often, is a relapse. Patients 
should never allow themselves to be persuaded to take any medicine whatever 
that may be recommended to them by the self -constituted doctors and doctresses 
who are so frequently met with, and who pretend to possess infallible remedies 
for the cure of every disease. However simple some of their prescriptions may 
appear to be, it often happens that they are productive of much mischief, and in 
all cases they are injurious, by contravening the plans of treatment adopted by 
the physician. 

Sec. 7. A patient should, if possible, avoid even the friendly visilx of </ 
physician who is not attending him — and when he does receive them, he should 
never converse on the subject of his disease, as an observation may be made 
witho y intention of interference, which may destroy his confidence in the 

course . is pursuing, and induce him to neglect the directions prescribed to him. 
A patient should never send for a consulting physician without the express con- 
sent of his own medical attendant. It is of great importance that physicians 
should act in concert; for although their modes of treatment may be attended 
with equal success when employed singly, yet conjointly they are very likely to 
be productive of disastrous results. 

Sec. 8. When a patient wishes to dismiss his physician, justice and common 
courtesy require that he should declare his reasons for so doing. 

Sec. 9. Patients should always, when practicable, send for their physician 
in the morning, before his usual hours for going out; for, by being early aware 
of the visits he has to pay during the day, the physician is able to apportion his 
time in such a manner as to prevent an interference of engagements. Patients 
should also avoid calling on their medical adviser unnecessarily during the 
hours devoted to meals or sleep. They should always be in readiness to receive 
the visits of their physician, as the detention of a few minutes is often a serious 
inconvenience to him. 

Sec. 10. A patient should, after his recovery, entertain a just and enduring 
sense of the value of the services rendered him by his physician; for these are of 
such a character that no mere pecuniary acknowledgement can repay or cancel 
them. 



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OF THE DUTIES OF PHYSICIANS TO EACH OTHER 
AND TO THE PROFESSION AT LARGE. 

Article I. — Duties for the Support of Professional Character. 

Section 1. — Every individual, on entering the profession, as he becomes 
thereby entitled to all its privileges and immunities, incurs an obligation to exert 
his best abilities to maintain its dignity and honor, to exalt its standing, and to 
extend the bounds of its usefulness. He should, therefore, observe strictly 
such laws as are instituted for the government of its members; should avoid all 
contumelious and sarcastic remarks relative to the faculty as a body; and while, 
by unwearied diligence, he resorts to every honorable means of enriching the 
science, he should entertain a due respect for his seniors, who have, by their 
labors, brought it to the elevated condition in which he finds it. 

Sec. 2. It is not in accord with the interest of the public or the honor of the 
profession that any physician or medical teacher should examine or sign 
diplomas or certificates of proficiency for, or otherwise be specially concerned 
with, the graduation of persons whom they have good reason to believe intend 
to support and practice any exclusive and irregular system of medicine. (Sec. 2 
was adopted in Richmond, 1881.) 

Sec. 3. There is no profession from the members of which greater purity of 
character, % and a higher standard of moral excellence is required, than the 
medical; and to attain such eminence is a duty every physician owes alike to his 
profession and to 'his patients. It is due to the latter, as without it he cannot 
command their respect and confidence, and to both, because no scientific attain- 
ments can compensate for the want of correct moral principles. It is also in- 
cumbent upon the faculty to be temperate in all things, for the practice of physic 
requires the unremitting exercise of a clear and vigorous understanding; and on 
emergencies, for which no professional man should be unprepared, a steady 
hand, an acute e3 r e, and an unclouded head, may be essential to the well-being, 
and even to the life, of a fellow-creature. 

Sec. 4. It is derogatory to the dignity of the profession to resort to public 
advertisements, or private cards, or handbills, inviting the attention of individ- 
uals affected with particular diseases— publicly offering advice and medicine to 
the poor, gratis, or promising radical cures ; or to publish cases and operations 
in the daily prints, or to suffer such publications to be made; to invite laymen to 
be present at operations; to boast of cures and remedies; to adduce certificates 
of skill and success; or to perform any other similar acts. These are the ordi- 
nary practices of empirics, and are highly reprehensible in a regular physician. 

Sec. 5. Equally derogatory to professional character is it for a physician to 
hold a patent for any surgical instrument or medicine; or to dispense a secret 
nostrum, whether it be the composition or exclusive property of himself or 
of others. For, if such nostrum be of real efficacy, any concealment regarding 
it is inconsistent with beneficence and professional liberality; and if mystery 
alone give it value and importance, such craft implies either disgraceful ignor- 
ance or fraudulent avarice. It is also reprehensible for physicians to give cer- 
tificates attesting the efficacy of patent or secret medicines, or in any way to 
promote the use of them. 

Art. II.— Professional Services of Physicians to Each Other. 

Sec. 1. All practitioners of medicine, their wives, and their children while 
under the parental care, are entitled to the gratuitous services of any one or 



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more of the faculty residing near them, whose assistance may be required. A 
physician afflicted with disease is usually an incompetent judge of his own case ; 
and the natural anxiety and solicitude which he experiences at the sickness of a 
wife, a child, or any one who, by the ties of consanguinity, is rendered peculiarly 
dear to him, tend to obscure his judgment, and produce timidity and irresolution 
in his practice. Under such circumstances, medical men are peculiarly depend- 
ent upon each other, and kind offices and professional aid should always be 
cheerfully and gratuitously afforded. Visits ought not, however, to be obtruded 
officiously, as such unasked civility may give rise to embarassment or interfere 
with that choice on which confidence depends. But if a distant member of the 
faculty, whose circumstances are affluent, request attendance and an honorarium 
be offered, it should not be declined, for no pecuniary obligation ought to be im- 
posed which the party receiving it would wish not to incur. 

Art. III. — Of the Duties of Physicians as Respects Vicarious Offices. 

Sec. 1. The affairs of life, the pursuit of health, and the various accidents 
and contingencies to which a medical man is peculiarly exposed, sometimes 
require him temporarily to withdraw from his duties to his patients, and to re- 
quest some of his professional brethren to officiate for him. Compliance with 
this request is an act of courtesy, which should always lie performed with the 
utmost consideration for the interest and character of the family physician, and 
when exercised for a short period, all the pecuniary obligations for such service 
should be awarded to him. But if a member of the profession neglect his busi- 
ness in quest of pleasure and amusement, he cannot be considered as entitled to 
the advantages of the frequent and long-continued exercise of this fraternal 
courtesy, without awarding to the physician who officiates the fees arising from 
the discharge of his professional duties. 

Iq obstetrical and important surgical cases, which give rise to unusual 
fatigue, anxiety and responsibility, it is just that the fei s accruing therefrom 
should be awarded to the physician who officiates. 

Art. IV. Of the Duties of Physicians in Regard to Consultation. 

Sec. 1. A regular medical education furnishes the only presumptive evi- 
dence of professional abilities and acquirements, and ought to be the only ac- 
knowledged right of an individual to the exercise and honors of his pr fession. 
Nevertheless, as in consultation the good of the patient is the sole object in view, 
and this is often dependent on personal confidence, no intelligent regular prac- 
titioner, who has a license to practice from some Medical Board of known and 
acknowledged respectability recognized by this Association, and who is in good 
moral and professional standing in the place in which he resides, should be fas- 
tidiously excluded from fellowship, or his aid refused in consultation, when it is 
requested by the patient. But no one can be considered as a regular practitioner 
or a fit associate in consultation whose practice is based upon an exclusive 
dogma, to the rejection of the accumulated experience of the profession, and of 
the aids actually furnished by anatomy, physiology, pathology, and organic 
chemistry. 

Sec. 2. In consultations, no rivalship or jealousy should be indulged; can- 
dor, probity, and all due res, ect should be exercised towards the physician hav- 
ing charge of the case. 

Sec. 3. In consultations, the attending physician should be the first to pro- 
pose the necessary questions to the sick; after which the consulting physician 



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should have the opportunity to make such further inquiries of the patient as 
may be necessary to satisfy him of the true character of the case. Both physi- 
cians should then retire to a private place for deliberation, and the one first in 
attendance should communicate the directions agreed upon to the patient or his 
friends, as well as any opinions which it may be thought proper to express. But 
no statement or "discussion of it should take place before the patient or his 
friends, except in the presence of all the faculty attending, and by their common 
consent, and no opinions or prognostications should be delivered which are not 
the result of previous deliberation and concurrence. 

Sec. 4. In consultation, the physician in attendance should deliver his opin- 
ion first; and when there are several consulting, they should deliver their opin- 
ions in the order in which they have been called in. No decision, however, 
should restrain the attending physician from making such variations in the 
mode of treatment as any subsequent unexpected change in the character of the 
case may dema d. But such variation, and the reason for it, ought to be care- 
fully detailed at the next meeting in consultation. The same privilege belongs 
also to the consulting physician, if he is sent for in an emergency, when the 
regular attendant is out of the way, and similar explanations must be made at 
the next consultation. 

Sec. 5. The utmost punctuality should be observed in the visits of physi- 
cians when they are to hold consultation together, and this is generally practic- 
able, for society has been considerate enough to allow the plea of a professional 
engagement to take precedence of all others, and to be an ample reason for the 
relinquishment of any present occupation. But, as professional engagements 
may sometimes interfere, and delay one of the parties, the physician who first 
arrives should wait for his associate a reasonable period, after which the consul- 
tation should be considered as postponed to a new appointment. If it be the 
attending physician who is present, be will, of course, see the patient and pre- 
scribe; but if he be the consulting one, he should retire, except in case of emer- 
gency, or when he has been called from a considerable distance, in which latter 
case he may examine the patient, and give bis opinion, in writing and under 
seal, to be delivered to his associate. 

Sec. 6. In consultations, theoretical discussions should be avoided, occa- 
sioning perplexity and loss of time. For there may be much diversity of opinion 
concerning speculative points, with perfect agreement in those modes of prac- 
tice which are founded, not on hypothesis, but on experience and observation. 

Sec. 7. All discussion in consultation should be held as secret and confiden- 
tial. Neither by words 'nor manner should any of the parties to a consultation 
assert or insinuate that any part of the treatment pursued did not receive his 
assent. The responsibility must be equally divided between the medical attend- 
ants — they must equally share the credit of success, as well as the blame of 
failure. 

Seo. 8. Should any irreconcilable diversity of opinion occur when several 
physicians are called upon to consult together, the opinion of the majority should 
be considered as decisive ; but the members be equal on each side, then the 
decision should rest with the attending physician. It may, moreover, sometimes 
happen that two physicians cannot agree in their view of the nature of a case, 
and the treatment to be pursued. This is a circumstance much to be deplored, 
and should always be avoided, if possible, by mutual concessions, as far as they 
can be justified by conscientious regard for the dictates of judgment. But, in 
e event of its occurrence, a third physician should, if practicable, be called to 



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act as umpire; and if circumstances prevent the adoption of this course, it must 
be left to the patient to select the physician in whom he is most willing to confide. 
But, as every physician relies on the rectitude 'of his judgment, he should, when 
left in the minority, politely and consistently retire from any further deliberation 
in the consultation, or participation in the management of the case. 

Sec. 9. As circumstances sometimes occur to render a special consultation 
desirable when the continued attendance of two physicians might be objection- 
able to the patient, the member of the faculty whose assistance is required in 
such cases should sedulously guar_d against all future unsolicited attendance. As 
such consultations require an extraordinary portion both of time and attention, 
at least a double honorarium may be reasonably expected. 

Sec. 10. A physician who is called upon to consul 1 ", should observe the most 
honorable and scrupulous regard for the character and standing of the practi- 
tioner in attendance; the practice of the latter, if necessary, should be justified, 
as far as itcan be, consistently with a conscientious regard for truth, and no hint 
or insinuation should be thrown out which could impair the confidence reposed 
in him, or affect his reputation. The consulting physician should alfao carefully 
refrain from any of those extraordinary attentions or assiduities which are too 
often practiced by the dishonest for the base purpose of gaining applause, or in- 
gratiating themselves into the favor of families and individuals. 

Art. V. — Duties of Physicians in Cases of Interference. 

Sec. 1. Medicine is a liberal profession, and those admitted into its ranks 
should found their expectations of practice upon the extent of their qualifica- 
tions, not on intrigue or artifice. .. 

Sec. 2. A physician, in his intercourse with a patient under the care of an- 
other practitioner, should observe the strictest caution and reserve. No med- 
dling inquiries should be made— no disingenions hints given relative to the 
nature and treatment of bis disorder; nor any course of conduct pursued that 
may directly or indirectly tend to diminish the trust reposed in the physician 
employed. 

Sec. 3. The same circumspection and reserve should be observed when, 
from motives of business or friendship, a physician is prompted to visit an in- 
dividual who is under the direction of another practitioner. Indeed, such visits 
should be avoided, except under peculiar circumstances; and, when they are 
made, no particular inquiries should be instituted relative to the nature of the 
disease, or the remedies employed, but the topics of conversation should be as 
foreign to the case as circumstances will admit. 

Sec. 4. A physician ought not to take charge of or prescribe for a patient who 
has recently been under the care of another member of the faculty in the same 
illness, except in cases of sudden emergency, or in consultation with the physi- 
cian previously in attendance, or when the latter has relinquished the case, or 
been regularly notified that his services are no longer desired. Under such cir 
cumstances, no unjust or illiberal insinuations should be thrown out in relation 
to the conduct or practice previously pursued, which should be justified aa far 
as candor and regard for truth and probity will permit; for it often happens that 
patients become dissatisfied when they do not experience immediate relief, and, 
as many diseases are naturally protracted, ihe want of success in the first stage 
of treatment affords no evidence of a lack of professional knowledge and skill. 

Sec. 5. When a physician is called to an urgent case, because the family at- 
tendant is not at hand, he ought, unless his assistance in consultation be de- 



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sired, to resign the care »l the patient to the latter immediately upon his ar- 
rival. 

Sec. 6. It often happens in case of sudden illness, or of recent accidents or 
injuries, owing to the alarm and anxiety of friends, that a number of physicians 
are simultaneously sent for. Under these circumstances, courtesy should assign 
the patient to the first who arrives, who should select from those present any 
additional assistance that he may deem necessary. In all such cases, however, 
the practitioner who officiates should request the family physician, if there be 
one, to be called, and iinless his further assistance be requested, should resign 
the case to the latter on his arrival. 

Sec. 7. When a physician is called to the patient of another practitioner, in 
consequence of the sickness or absence of the latter, he ought, on the return or 
recovery of the regular attendant, and with the consent of the patient, to surren- 
der the case. 

[The expression, " patient of another practitioner," is understood to mean a 
patient who may have been under the charge of another practitioner at the time 
of the attack of sickness, or departure from home of the latter, or who may have 
called for his attendance during his absence or sickness, or in any other manner 
given it to be understood that he regarded the said physician as his regular med- 
ical attendant.] 

Sec. 8. A physician when visiting a sick person in the country may be de- 
sired to see a neighboring patient, who is under the regular direction of another 
physician, in consequence of some sudden change or aggravation of symptoms. 
The conduct to be pursued on such an occasion is to give advice adapted to 
present circumstances; to interfere no further than is absolutely necessary with 
the general plan of treatment; to assume no further direction, unless it be ex- 
pressly desired; and, in this last case, to request an immediate consultation 
with the practitioner previously employed. 

Sec. 9. A wealthy physician should not give advice gratis to the affluent, 
because his doing so is an injury to his professional brethren. The office of a 
physician can never be supported aB an exclusively beneficent one; and it is de- 
frauding, to some degree, the common funds for its support, when fees are dis- 
pensed with which might justly be claimed. 

Sec 10. When a physician w T ho has been engaged' to attend a case of mid- 
wifery is absent, and another is sent for, if delivery is accomplished during the 
attendance of the latter, he is entitled to the~ fee, but should resign the patient 
to the practitioner first engaged. 

Art. VI. — Of Difference Between Physicians. 

Sec. 1. Diversity of opinion and opposition of interest may, in the medical 
as in other professions, sometimes occasion controversy, and even contention 
Whenever such cases unfortunately occur, and cannot be immediately termi- 
nated, they should be referred to the arbitration of a sufficient number of physi- 
cians, or a court-medical. 

Sec. 2. As a peculiar reserve must be maintained by physicians towards the 
public, in regard to professional matters, and as there exist numerous points in 
medical ethics and etiquette through which the feelings of medical men may be 
painfully assailed in their intercourse with each other, and which cannot be under- 
stood or appreciated by general society, neither the subject matter of such differ- 
ences, nor the adjudication of the arbitrators, should be made public, as publicity 
in a case of this nature may be personally injurious to the individuals concerned, 
and can hard y fail to bring discredit on the faculty. 



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Art. VII. — Of Pecuniary Acknowledgments. 

Some general rules should be adopted by' the faculty in every town or district, 
relative to pecuniary acknowledgements from their patients; and it should be 
deemed a point of honor to adhere to these rules with as much uniformity as vary- 
ing circumstances will admit. 



OF THE DUTIES OF THE PROFESSION TO THE PUBLIC, 
AND OF THE OBLIGATIONS OF THE PUBLIC 

TO THE PROFESSION. 

Art. I. — Duties of the Profession to the Public. 

Sec. 1. As good citizens it is the duty of physicians to be ever vigilant for 
the welfare of the community, and to bear their part in sustaining its institutions 
and burdens; they should also be ever ready to give counsel to the public in re- 
lation to matters especially appertaining to their profession, as on subjects of 
medical police, public hygiene, and legal medicine. It is their province to en- 
lighten the public in regard to quarantine regulations— the location, arrangement 
and dietaries of hospitals, asylums, schools, prisons, and similar institutions,— 
in relation to the medical police of towns, as drainage, ventilation, etc.,— and in 
regard to measures for the prevention of epidemic and contagious disease; and 
when pestilence prevails it is their duty to face the danger, and to continue ' 
their labors for the alleviation of suffering, even at the jeopardy of their own 
lives. 

Sec. 2. Medical men should also be always ready, when called on by the 
legally constituted authorities, to enlighten coroner's inquests and courts of jus- 
tice on subjects strictly medical — such as involve questions relating to sanity, 
legitimacy, murder by poisons or other violent means, and in regard to various 
other subjects embraced in the science of medical jurisprudence. But in these 
cases, and especially where they are required to make post-mortem examination, 
it is just, in consequence of the time, labor and skill required, and the responsi- 
bility and risk they incur, that the public should award them a proper honorarium. 

Sec. 3. There is no profession by the members of which eleemosynary ser- 
vices are more liberally dispensed than the medical; but justice requires that 
some limit should be placed to the performance of such good offices. Poverty, 
professional brotherhood, and certain of the public duties referred to in the first 
section of this article, should always be recognized as presenting valid claims for 
gaatuitous services; but neither institutions endowed by the public or by rich in- 
dividuals, societies for mutual benefit, for the insurance of lives, or for analogous 
purposes, nor any profession or occupation, can be admitted to possess such 
privilege. Nor can it justly be expected of physicians to furnish certificates of 
inability to serve on juries, to perform military duty, or to testify to the state of 
health of persons wishing to insure their lives, to obtain pensions, or the like, 
without a pecuniary acknowledgment. But to individuals in indigent circum- 
stances such professional services should always be cheerfully and freely ac- 
corded. 

Sec. 4. It is the duty of physicians, who are frequently witnesses of the 
enormities committed by quackery, and the injury to health, and even destruc- 
tion of life, caused by the use of quack medicines, to enlighten the public on 
these subjects, to expose the injuries sustained by the unwary from the devices 
and pretensions of artful empirics and imposters. Physicians ought to use all 



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the influence which they may possess, as professors in'colleges of pharmacy, and 
by exercising their option in regard to the shops to which their prescriptions 
shall be sent, to discourage druggists and apothecaries from vending quack or 
secret medicine, or from being in any way engaged in their manufacture or sale. 
Art. II. —Obligations of the Public to Physicians. 
Section 1. The benefits accruing to the public, directly or indirectly, from 
the active and unwearied beneficence of the profession are so numerous and im- 
portant that physicians are justly entitled to the utmost consideration and re- 
spect from the community. The public ought likewise to entertain a just apprecia- 
tion of medical qualifications; to make a proper discrimination between true 
science and the assumption of ignorance and empiricism — to afford every en- 
couragement and facility for the acquisition of medical education — and no longer 
to allow the statute-books to exhibit the anomaly of exacting knowledge from 
physicians under a liability to heavy penalties, and of making them obnoxious to 
punishment for resorting to the only means of obtaining it. 

CODE OF ETHICS OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF 
HOMCEOPATHY. 

SCOPE. 
The scope of a Code of Medical Ethics comprises the reciprocal duties and 
obligations of physicians and patients; the duties and obligations of physicians 
to each other, and the reciprocal duties and obligations of physicians and the 
public. 

FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES. 
The great principles upon which Medical Ethics are based are these: 

1 . The great end and object of the physician's efforts should be : " The great- 
est good to the patient." 

2. The rule of conduct of physicians and patient, and of physicians towards 
each other, should be the Golden Rule : " As ye would that men should do to 
you, do ye also to them likewise. 11 

The various articles of the code are only special applications of these great 
principles. 

PART I. 
Reciprocal Duties and Obligations of Physicians and Patients. 
Article I. Duties of Physicians to Patients. 
Article II. Duties of Patients to Physicians. 

PART II. 
Duties and Obligations of Physicians to each other. 
Article I. Duties as Members of the Medical Profession. 
Professional Services to Each Other. 
Vicarious Services. 
In regard to Consultations. 
In cases of Interference. 
Differences between Physicians. 
Concerning Pecuniary Obligations. 
PART III. 
Reciprocal Duties and Obligations of Physicians and the Public. 
Article I. Duties of the Profession to the Public. 
Article II. Obligations of the Public to Physicians. 



Art. 


II. 


Art. 


III. 


Art. 


IV. 


Art. 


V. 


Art. 


VI. 


Art. 


VII. 



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PART I. 

OF THE RECIPROCAL DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS OP PHYSICIANS AND 
THEIR PATIENTS. 



Article I. — Duties of the Physician to the Patient. 

Section 1. The physician should hold himself in constant readiness to obey 
the calls of the sick. He should ever hear ia mind the sacred character of his 
calling and the great responsibility which it involves, and should remember that 
the comfort, the health and the lives of his patients depend upon the skill, 
attention and faithfulness with which he performs his professional duties. 

Sec. 2. The physician, in order that he may be able to exercise his vocation 
to the best advantage of the patient, should possess his respect and confidence. 
These must be acquired and retained by faithful attention to his malady, by indul- 
gent tenderness towards the weaknesses incident to his condition, and by the exer- 
cise of a firm but kindly authority. The physician is bound to keep secret what- 
ever he may either hear or observe, while in discharge of his professional duties, 
respecting the private affairs of the patient or his family. And this obligation is 
not limited to the period during which the physician is in attendance on the 
patient. The patient should be made to feel that he has, in the physician, a 
friend who will guard his secrets with scrupulous honor and fidelity. 

Sec. 3. The physician should visit his patient as often as may be necessary 
to enable him to acquire and keep a full knowledge of the nature, progress 
changes and complications of the disease, and to do for the patient the utmost of 
good that he is able. But he should carefully avoid making unnecessary visits, 
lest he render the patient needlessly anxious about his case, or expose himself 
to the charge of being actuated by mercenary motives. 

Sec. 4. The physician should not give expression to gloomy forebodings 
respecting the patient's disease, nor magnify the gravity of the case. Bearing in 
mind the almost infinite resources of nature, he should be cheerful and hopeful, 
both in mind and manner. This will enable him the hetter to exercise his facul- 
ties and apply his knowledge for the patient's benefit, and will inspire the patient 
with confidence, courage and fortitude, which are the physician's best moral 
adjuvants. 

But it is the physician's duty to state the true nature and prospects of the 
case, from time to time, to some judicious friend or relative of the patient, and to 
keep this person fully informed of its changes and probable issue; and if the 
patient himself request the physician to disclose to him the nature and prognosis 
of his disease, it is his duty to state, tenderly but frankly, the whole truth — pro- 
vided the patient he of sound mind, and strong enough to receive the disclosure 
without serious injury. The patient has a right to know the truth. If, more- 
over, facts within the physician's knowledge lead him to believe that it is of great 
importance, in relation to the patient's affairs, that he should be warned of the 
approach of death, it is the physician's duty to reveal to the patient's nearest 
friend, or to the patient himself, the true state of the case, and the importance 
of timely action. 

Sec. 5. Whether the case proceed favorabty, or become manifestly incurable, 
it is the physician's duty to continue his attendance faithfully and conscientiously 
so long as the patient may desire it. He is not justified in abandoning a case 
merely because he supposes it incurable. 



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Sec. 6. As the patient has an undoubted right to dismiss his physician ior 
reasons satisfactory to himself, so, likewise, the physician may, with equal pro- 
priety, decline to attend patients, when his self-respect or dignity seem to him to 
require this step; as, for example, when they persistently refuse to comply with 
his directions. 

Sec. 7. In difficult or protracted cases, consultations are advisable. They 
tend to increase the knowledge, energy and confidence of the physician, and to 
maintain the courage of the patient. The physician should be ready to act upon 
any desire which the patient may express for a consultation, even though he may 
not himself feel the need of it. Nothing is so likely to maintain the patient's 
confidence as alacrity in this respect. Moreover, such a course is but just to him, 
for he has an indisputable right to whatever aid or counsel he may think likely 
to be of service to him. 

Sec. 8. The intimate relations into which the physician is brought with his 
patient give him opportunity to exercise a powerful moral influence over him. 
This should always be exerted to turn him from dangerous or vicious courses 
towards a temperate and virtuous life. The physician is sometimes called to 
assist in practices of questionable propriety, and even a criminal character. 
Among these may be mentioned the pretense of disease, in order to evade services 
demanded by law, as jury or military duty; the concealment of organic disease or 
of morbid tendencies, in order to secure favorable rates of life insurance, or for 
deception of other kinds; and especially the procurement of abortion when not 
necessary to save the life of the mother. To all such propositions the physician 
should present an inflexible opposition. It is his duty, in an authoritative but 
friendly manner, to explain and urge the nature, illegality and guilt of the pro- 
posed action, and to use every effort to dissuade from it, and to strengthen the 
patient's virtue and sense of right. The physician should be aware of the fre- 
quency of criminal abortion, and of the different methods employed for it, and 
should take every occasion to warn those who may be tempted* to resort to it. In 
no case should the physician induce abortion, or premature labor, without a 
previous consultation with the most experienced practitioners attainable, nor 
without the most clear and imperative reasons. 

Art. II. — Duties and Obligations of Patients to their Physician. 

Section 1. Physicians are required, by the nature of their profession, to 
sacrifice comfort, ease, and even health, for the sake of their patients. Patients 
should reflect upon this, and should understand and remember that they have 
corresponding duties and obligations towards their physicians. 

Seo- 2. The patient should select a physician in whose knowledge,, skill, 
and fidelity he can place implicit confidence; whose habits of life are regular 
and temperate, and whose character and demeanor are such that he can regard 
him as a personal friend. He must be able to confide in him freely. And the 
physician should not be changed for light reasons. A physician thoroughly 
acquainted with the constitutions, temperaments and tendencies of a family can 
the more successfully treat them. 

Sec. 3. The patient should always consult his physician as early as possible 
after he has discovered that he is ill. A disease which is triflng at its onset may 
grow 7 formidable through neglect. The physician should be regarded as a confi- 
dential adviser, who, on being early consulted, may prevent a sickness. 

Sec. 4. The patient should faithfully and unreservedly state to his physician 
the supposed cause of his malady, and tell him everything that may have a bear- 



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ing upon its nature. Since the physician is under the strongest obligations to 
secrecy, the patient should not allow considerations of delicacy, modesty, or 
pride to prevent an entirely frank statement of his case, and candid and full 
replies to interrogatories. 

Sec. 5. The patient should implicitly obey his physician's injunctions as 
regards diet, regimen and medical treatment. If he deviates from these direc- 
tions, he cannot hold the physician to a full responsibility in the case; and, 
further, by a partial obedience he incurs some personal risk, since, in the treat- 
ment of diseases, all parts of the physician's advice are made to harmonize, and 
each is dependent on the others and may be unsafe without the coincidence of 
the others. Moreover, he does the physician an undeserved and often a serious 
wrong. If the patient have not sufficient confidence in his physician, and respect 
for him, to follow his directions, it were better for him frankly to say so, and to 
employ another in whom he can confide. 

The patient should never allow himself, while under a physician's treatment, 
to take other medicines than those prescribed by him. lie would, by so doing, 
incur a serious risk of taking medicines that are incompatible with each other. 
If desirous of trying any other mode of treatment, it would be much better 
frankly to state the fact to his physician, and ask his advice. 

Sec. 6. The patient should, if possible, avoid receiving the friendly visits of 
a physician other than the one under whose charge he is. When he receives such 
visits, he should avoid conversation on the subject of his disease; for an acci- 
dental observation might give him false impressions respecting his disease, or 
destroy his confidence in the treatment he is pursuing. He should never send for 
a consulting physician without the express consent of bis own medical attendant; 
for physicians can act together for the advantage of their patient only when they 
act harmoniously. Nor should he, by a secret appointment, constrain his medical 
attendant to meet another physician with whom he might not be willing to con- 
sult; but the patient has an undoubted right to have the opinion of any physician 
whom he may desire upon his case. His proper course is to request his medical 
attendant to arrange a consultation, and frankly state his desire for the physician 
whom he may prefer. If his medical attendant decline the consultation, it is 
then for the patient to determine whether he will insist, and thus dismiss his 
medical attendant, or whether he will defer to the judgment of his own physician. 
And a patient, has a right thus to choose. 

Sec. 7. If the patient wishes to dismiss his physician, he should, in justice 
and common courtesy, state his reasons, and, if possible, in a friendly manner. 
To dispense with the services of a physician need not, of "necessity, change the 
social relations of the parties. 

Sec. 8. The patient should, when practicable, send for the physician in the 
morning, before his usual hour for leaving home. He will, by so doing, secure 
his earlier attendance, and will enable him the better to apportion his time so as 
to do justice to all his calls and engagements. He should call on his physician 
during his office hours only, and should avoid disturbing him in hours devoted to 
meals, rest and sleep. And in receiving his physician's visits, he should avoid 
compelling him to wait, even a few minutes. The aggregate of petty detentions, 
while the patient ; s making some needless preparation to receive the physician, 
amounts to a serious waste of valuable time. 



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PART II. 

OP THE DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS OF PHYSICIANS TO THE PRO- 
FESSION AND TO EACH OTHER. 

Article I. — Duties to tlie Profession. 

Section 1. Inasmuch as ever} - member of the medical profession partakes 
of the honor in which it is held, is entitled to its privileges and immunities, and 
profits by the scientific labors of his predecessors and associates, it is his duty 
faithfully to endeavor, in his turn, to elevate the position of tlie profession and, 
by every honorable exertion, to enrich the science of medicine. 

Sec. 2. In no other profession should a higher standard of morality and 
greater purity of personal character be required. Physicians ought to come up to 
this standard, and do what they may to exalt it. As the practice of medicine 
requires the constant exercise of a vigorous and clear understanding, and aa the 
practitioner should be, at all times, ready for emergencies in which the welfare 
and even the life of a fellow creature may depend upon his steady hand, acute 
eye, and unclouded brain, it is incumbent, upon the physician to be temperate in 
all things. 

Sec. 3. The physician should not resort to public advertisements or private 
cards or handbills, inviting the attention of persons affected by particular diseases, 
or publicly offering advice and medicine to the poor, gratis, or promising radical 
cures. Neither should he publish cases or operations in the daily prints; nor 
invite laymen to be present at operations ; nor solicit or exhibit certificates of 
skill and success; nor perform any similar act. 

Sec. 4. It is equally derogatory to professional character for a physician to 
hold a patent for any nostrum or any surgical instrument or appliance; or to 
keep secret the nature and composition of any medicine used by him. Such 
restriction or concealment is inconsistent with the beneficence and liberality 
which should characterize the medical profession. But it is the duty of the phy- 
sician to avail himself of every opportunity to observe the action and study the 
properties of new or secret remedies and new processes of preparing medicines 
as well as new modes of treating diseases, and to subject them to the analysis of 
scientific investigation. For the physician should always bear in mind that the 
great object of his prefession is to cure the sick, and that it is not only admis- 
sible, but is his solemn duty to investigate, thoroughly and without prejudice, 
whatever offers any probability of adding to his knowledge of the art and means 
of curing, and of thus enriching the science of medicine. 

Article II. — Professional Services of Pliysiciaus to each other. 

Section 1. All practitioners of medicine, their wives, and children while 
under the paternal care, are entitled to the gratuitous services of any one or more 
of the faculty residing near them. Physicians, when ill, are incompetent to pre- 
scribe for themselves. The natural anxiety and solicitude which they feel for 
members of their own family when ill, tend to obscure their professional judg- 
ment and make it difficult to treat them. Under these circumstances, physicians 
are peculiarly dependent on each other; and kind offices and professional aid 
should always be cheerfully and gratuitously afforded. But visits should not be 
obtruded, officiously or unasked, upon a sick physician. 

If, however, a physician in affluent circumstances request the attendance of a 
distant professional brother and offer an honorarium, it is not proper to decline 



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it; for one should not, even from a kindly motive, impose upon another a pecu- 
niary obligation which the recipient would not wish to incur. 

If a physician is called from any considerable distance, the expense of travel, 
etc., thereby incurred, should always be paid by the physician receiving the visit; 
and an honorarium may be tendered if much time is consumed in making the 
visit. 

Article III.— Duties of Physicians as Regards Vicarious Offices. 

Section 1. Attention to his personal affairs, the pursuit of health, and the 
various contingencies to which the physician is peculiarly exposed, sometimes 
compel him temporarily to withdraw from his duties to his patients, and to re- 
quest some of his professional brethren to discharge them for him. Compliance 
with such a request is an act of courtesy which should always be performed with 
the utmost consideration for the interests and character of the physician relieved. 
And when this is done for a short period only, all the pecuniary obligations for 
such services should belong to him. But if a physician neglect his business in 
quest of amusement and pleasure, he is not entitled to the frequent and long- 
continued exercise of this fraternal courtesy without conceding to the physician 
who acts for him the fees accruing from the duties discharged by the latter. 

Sec. 2. Obstetrical and surgical cases involve unusual fatigue and responsi- 
bility; and it is just that the fees accruing therefrom should belong to the physi- 
cian who attends them. 

Article IV. — Duties of Physicians in Regard to Consultations. 

Section 1. A complete medical education, of which the diploma of a medical 
college is the formal voucher, furnishes the only presumptive evidence of pro- 
fessional acquirements and abilities. But the annals of the profession contain 
the names of some who, not having the advantages of a complete medical educa- 
tion, became, nevertheless, through their own exertions and abilities, brilliant 
scholars and successful practitioners. A practitioner, therefore, whatever his 
credentials may be, who enjoys a good moral and professional standing in the 
community, should not be excluded from fellowship, nor his aid rejected, when 
it is desired by the patient in consultation. No difference in views on subjects of 
medical principles or practice should be allowed to influence a physician against 
consenting to a consultation with a fellow practitioner. The very object of a con- 
sultation is to bring together those who may, perhaps, differ in their views of the 
disease and its appropriate treatment, in the hope that, from a comparison of dif- 
ferent views, may be derived a just estimate of the disease and a successful course 
of treatment. 

No tests of orthodoxy in medical practice should be applied to limit the free- 
dom of consultations. Medicine is a progressive science. Its history shows that 
what is heresy in one century may and probably will be orthodoxy in the next. 
No greater misfortune can befall the medical profession than the action of an in- 
fluential association or academy establishing a creed or standard of orthodoxy or 
" regularity." It will be fatal to freedom and progress in opinion and practice. 
On the other hand, nothing will so stimulate the healthy growth of the profession, 
both in scientific strength and in the honorable estimation of the public, as the uni- 
versal and sincere adoption of a platform which shall recognize and guarantee: — 

1. A truly fraternal good-will and fellowship among all who devote them- 
selves to the care of the sick. 

2. A thorough and complete knowledge, however obtained, of all the direct 



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and collateral branches of medical science, — as it exists in all sects and schools 
of medicine, — as the essential qualification of a physician. 

3. Perfect freedom of opinion and practice, is the unquestionable prerogative 
of the practitioner, who is the sole judge of what is the best mode of treatment in 
each case of sickness intrusted to his care. 

The physician may, with propriety, decline to meet a practitioner of whose 
inimical feelings towards himself or of whose general unfairness in consultations 
he is satisfied. But, in such a case, he should explain to the patient his reasons; 
and if the patient desire tbe opinion of the practitioner objected to, the family 
physician may withdraw from the case and allow the other to be sent for. But, 
in justice to the latter, the state of affairs should be explained to him at the time 
he is requested to visit the patient. 

Sec. 2. The utmost punctuality should be observed in the visits of physi- 
cians when they are to hold consultations together; and this is generally practic- 
able, for society allows the plea of professional engagements to excuse the 
neglect of all others, and to be a valid reason for the relinquishment of any pres- 
ent occupation. But, as professional engagements may sometimes interfere and 
delay one of the parties, the physician who first arrives should wait for his asso- 
ciate a reasonable period of time, after which the consultation should be consid- 
ered postponed to a new appointment. If it be the attending physician who is 
present, he will, of course, see the patient and prescribe ; but if it be the consult- 
ing physician he should retire without seeing the patient, except in cases of 
emergency or when he has been called from a considerable distance^ in which 
case he may examine the patient, and give his opinion in writing and under seal, 
to be delivered to the attending physician. 

Sec. 3. In consultations, no rivalry or jealously should be indulged in. Can- 
dor, probity, and all due respect should be exercised toward the physician in 
charge of the case. If the consulting physician cannot agree with him respecting 
the nature and proper treatment of the case, the physician should state this fact 
to the patient, or his nearest friend, both physicians being present at the time, 
and should request him to select the one in whom he has the most confidence. 
But, if they agree sufficiently to take joint charge of the case, then the consulting 
physician must justify and uphold, so far as he can conscientiously do so, the 
practice of his associate, and must abstain from any hints, insinuations or actions 
which might, in any way, impair the confidence which the patient reposes in him, 
or affect his reputation. lie must refrain from any extraordinary attentions or 
assiduities, calculated to ingratiate himself in the patient's favor and to supplant 
his associate. 

Sec. 4. In consultations, the attending physician should first put the neces- 
sary questions to the patient. After this, the consulting physician should make 
such additional inquiries and examinations as may be needed to satisfy him of 
the true nature of the case. But he should avoid making a parade of examining 
the patient more thoroughly than had been done before; rather suggesting to the 
attending physician, where this is possible, to make whatever examinations he 
desires, than making them himself. Both physicians should then retire to a 
private room for deliberation. 

Sec. 5. In consultation the attending physician should deliver his opinion 
first; and, when there several consulting physicians, they should express their 
opinions in the order in which they have been called in. Should an irreconcilable 
diversity of opinion occur, when more than two physicians meet in consultation, 
the opinion of the majority should be regarded as decisive ; but, if the number be 



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equal on each side, the decision should rest with the attending physician. If two 
physicians, in consultation, cannot-- agree, they should call in a third to act as 
umpire. If this be not practicable, the patient must be requested to select the 
physician in whom he is most willing to confide. The physician who is left in 
the minority should, without any ill-feeling, retire from the consultation and - 
from any further participation in the management of the case ; and, in justice to 
the physician thus retiring, the fact of his difference from his associates should, 
in the presence of all the physicians attending, be explained to the patient, as his 
reason for withdrawing from the case. 

Sec. 6. The attending physician should communicate to the patient or his 
friends the directions agreed upon in the consultation, as well as any opinion 
which it may be thought proper to express. But no statement or discussion 
should take place before the patient or his friends, except in the presence of all 
the physicians attending, and by their common consent. And no opinions or 
prognostications should be delivered, which are not the result of. previous delib- 
eration and concurrence. No decision arrived at in a consultation is to be 
regarded as restraining the attending physician from making such variations in 
the treatment as any subsequent change in the case may demand. But such 
variation and the reasons for it, ought to be carefully noted at the time, and 
detailed at the next meeting in consultation. The same privilege belongs also to 
the consulting physician, if he is sent for in an emergency when the attending 
physician is out of the way; and similar explanations must be made by him at 
the next meeting. 

Sec. 7. Sometimes a special consultation is desirable in cases in which the 
continued attendance of two physicians might be objectionable to the patient. 
The consulting physician, in such a case, should sedulously avoid all further un- 
solicited attendance. Such consultations require an extraordinary outlay of tirhe 
and attention, and at least a double honorarium may be reasonably expected. 

Sec. 8. The consulting physician cannot, with propriety, take exclusive 
charge, at any time, of the patient in whose case he has been called in consulta- 
tion, without the consent of the attending physician, except in cases provided for 
by the third sentence of section 3, and the fourth sentence of section 5, of this 
article. 

Article V.— Duties of Physicians in Cases of Interference, 

Sec. 1. Medicine is a liberal profession, and those admitted into its ranks 
should, base their expectations of success upon the extent of their qualifications' 
not upon intrigue or artifice. A physician should not allow himself to feel envi- 
ous or jealous of a brother-practitioner. The distinction which one successful 
physician wins is shared by the whole profession. Nor should a physician suffer 
himself to feel ill-will towards another who may come into his neighborhood and 
appears likely to take a share of the business which he has hitherto enjoyed. 
Such feelings are inconsistent with the beneficent and liberal nature of the pro- 
fession. Liberality, and true generous fraternity in thought, word and deed, will 
unite the interests of all the members of the profession, and will so exalt the 
estimation in which it is held in the community that, confidence being increased, 
business will likewise increase ; and to physicians will be accorded the position 
which, of right, should be theirs; that of confidential family advisers in all mat- 
ters pertaining to the care of the body in health, no less than in sickness. 

Sec. i. The physician, in his intercourse with a patient who is under the 
care of another practitioner, should observe the strictest caution and reserve. 



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No meddling questions should be asked in any interview for business or friend- 
ship, no disingenuous hints thrown out relating to the nature and treatment of 
his disorder; nor should the patient be allowed to converse upon these topics- 
No course of conduct should be pursued which might, directly or indirectly, tend 
to diminish the trust reposed in the ph-.ysieian employed. 

Sec. 3. A physician should not take charge of a patient who is, or has 
recently been, under the charge of another practitioner in the same illness, ex- 
cept in cases of sudden emergency, or in consultation with the physician previ- 
ously in attendance, or when the latter has relinquished the case, or has been 
regularly notified that his services are no longer required. Under such circum- 
stances no unjust or illiberal remarks should be made or insinuations thrown 
out in relation to the treatment pursued by the previous physician. Nor should 
the physician permit the patient, unreasonably to find fault with his predecessor. 
For patients often become dissatisfied with their attendant on account of the 
mere duration of a case which no- degree of professional knowledge or skill 
could have shortened. 

Sec. 4. In cases of accident or sudden emergency, one or more physicians 
are often sent for by alarmed friends. Courtesy should assign the patient to the 
first of these that arrives; and he should select from those present such addi- 
tional assistance as he may deem necessary. But he should also request the 
family physician (if there be one) to be sent for, and, on his arrival, resign the 
case into his hands. The practitioner of the patient, when he arrives, should 
take the place of any one called in his absence. " The practitioner of any pa- 
tient" is the man whom he has in any way given to understand that he regards 
him as his medical adviser, or who would now be in charge of the case were it 
not for hie absence, sickness or other disability. 

Sec. 5. In a sparce population, a physician, when visiting a sick person, may 
be desired to see, in an emergency, a neighboring patient who is under the regular 
charge of another physician. The conduct to be pursued on such an occasion is: 
to give advice adapted to present circumstances; to interfere as little as possible 
with the general plan of treatment; to assume no farther directions of the case 
unless it be expressly desired; and, in the latter case, to request an immediate 
consultation with the practitioner previously employed. 

Sec. 6. A wealthy physician should not give advice gratis to the affluent; 
because his so doing is an injury to his professional brethren. The office of 
the physician can never be supported as an exclusively beneficent one; and it is 
defrauding, in some degree, the common fund when fees are dispensed with 
which might justly be claimed. 

Sec. 7. When a physician who has been engaged to attend a case of mid- 
wifery is absent and another is sent for, if delivery is accomplished in the ab- 
sence of the former, the latter is entitled to the fee, but he should resign the 
patient to the practitioner first engaged. 

Article VI. — Of Differences Between Physicians. 

Section 1. Diversity of opinion and opposition of interests may, in the 
medical, as in other professions, sometimes occasion controversy and even con- 
tention. When such cases occur and cannot be immediately terminated, they 
should be referred to the arbitration of a sufficient number of physicians, or a 
court-medical. 



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Article VII. — Of Pecuniary Acknowledgments. 

Section 1. Some general rules should be adopted by the physicians in 
every town or district, relative to pecuniary acknowledgments from patients. 
These should be adhered to by physicians as uniformly as circumstances will 
permit. They serve, likewise, as a standard to which appeal may be taken in 
cases of doubt or dispute. 

Sec. 2. Members of the medical profession have been so uniformly in the 
habti of attending, gratuitously, the indigent sick, and, in general, of answering 
every call promptly, and without a question as to whether they are to receive 
remuneration therefor, that many persons seem to think they have a right to 
demand the services of a physician ; and do, in fact, call upon them freely, and 
neglect or refuse to render an)' pecuniary equivalent, although abundantly able 
to do so. They impose upon one physician, in this way, until they have ex- 
hausted his patience, and then call upon another; and thus, in the course of a 
few years, make the circuit of the profession in their neighborhood. It is 
proper for the physicians of a community to make a list of the names of such 
individuals, and to demand, before visiting those whose names are on it, ade- 
quate security that their -honorarium will be paid. 

PART III. 

THE RECIPROCAL DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS OP PHYSICIANS AND 
THE PUBLIC. 

Article I. — Duties of Physicians to the Public. 

Section 1. As good citizens, it is the duty of physicians to be vigilant for 
the welfare of the community, and to bear their part in sustaining its institu- 
tions and burdens. They should be always ready to give counsel to the public, 
in relation to matters appertaining to their profession; as, for example, on sub- 
jects of medical police, public hygiene and legal medicine. It is their province 
to enlighten the public in regard to quarantine regulations, the location, ar- 
rangement and dietaries of hospitals, asylums, schools, prisons and similar in- 
stitutions; in relation to the medical police of towns, drainage, ventilation, etc., 
and in regard to measures for the prevention of epidemic and contagious diseases. 
And, when pestilence prevails, it is their duty to face the danger, and to con- 
tinue their labors for the alleviation of suffering, and the saving of life, even at 
the risk of their own lives. 

Sec. 2. Physicians should always be ready when called on by the proper 
authorities, to enlighten coroners 1 inquests and courts of justice on matters 
strictly medical, such as involve questions relating to insanity, legitimacy, or 
sudden and violent deaths, and in regard to the various other subjects embraced 
in the science of medical jurisprudence. But, in these cases, and especially 
where they are required to make post-mortem examinations, it is just and right, 
in consequence of the time, labor and skill required, and the responsibility and 
risk they incur, that the public should award them more than a mere consulting 
fee. 

Sec. 3. There is no profession, by the members of which eleemosynary ser- 
vices are more freely dispensed than they are by physicians; but justice de- 
mands that some limit should be placed to the claims upon such offices at their 
hands. Poverty, professional brotherhood, the benevolent and scantily remuner- 
ated occupation of the individual patient, and certain of the public duties re- 
ferred to in Sec. 1 of this Article, should always be recognized as presenting 



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valid claims for gratuitous services. But neither institutions endowed by the 
public or by rich individuals, societies for mutual benefit, for the insurance of 
lives or for analagous purposes, nor any profession or occupation can be ad- 
mitted to possess such privilege. Nor can it be justly expected of physicians to 
furnish certificates of inability to serve on juries, or perform military duty, or to 
certify to the state of health of parties wishing to insure their lives, obtain pen- 
sions or the like, without a pecuniary acknowledgment. But to indigent per- 
sons such professional services should always be cheerfully and freely accorded. 
Article II. Obligations of the Public to Physicians. 
Section 1. The benefit accruing to the public, directly and indirectly, from 
the active and constant labors and beneficence of the medical profession are so 
numerous and important that physicians are justly entitled to the utmost con- 
sideration from the community. The public ought, likewise, to entertain a just 
appreciation of .the proper qualifications of a practitioner of medicine; to make 
a due discrimination between true science and the assumptions of ignorance and 
empiricism ; to afford every encouragement and facility for the acquisition of 
medical education, and not to allow the provisions of their statute books or of 
the prospectus of their chartered institutions to interpose any obstacles to the 
attainment of the fullest knowledge of every branch of medical science, or, in 
any way, to restrain the most entire freedom of thought, investigation, and 
action in matters appertaining to the practice of medicine. 

CODE OF ETHICS OF THE NATIONAL ECLECTIC MED- 
ICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Section 1. The members of this association shall exercise toward each 
other, toward all physicians, eclectics especially, and toward all mankind, that 
courtesy and just dealing to which every one in his legitimate sphere is en- 
titled, and any departure therefrom shall be deemed unprofessional, undignified 
and unworthy the honorable practitioner of an honorable profession. It shall 
be regarded as unbecoming to engage in any form of practice, or of advertising, 
which shall tend to lower the physician in the esteem of the community, or to 
reflect discredit upon his professional associates. 

Sec. 2. While it is the undoubted right of every physician to present him- 
self before the public in an honorable manner, and to state that he makes a 
specialty of any particular disease, no member of this association shall adver- 
tise himself by handbills, circulars, publication of certificates of cures, or any 
such means; nor associate himself in business professionally with any one so 
doing; nor advertise himself as belonging to this association, or any auxiliary 
medical society or any medical college. Any member knowing of any violation 
of this provision by members of this association, or of any person not a mem- 
ber of this association or any auxiliary medical society advertising himself as 
such, shall inform the Executive Committee of the matter with all the facts in 
his possession; and it shall be the duty of the Executive Committee thereupon 
to publish the facts in some public journal, circulating in the region where 
such offense has been committed. 

Discipline of Members. 

Section 1. Any member may be officially censured, invited to withdraw, or 
expelled from membership, for improper conduct, or a violation of profes- 
sional comity. But it shall be necessary for a specific charge to be made in 



National Code of Et7iics— Eclectic. 69 

writing, and a copy to be presented to the person accused, or some person act- 
ing in his behalf, and another placed in the hands of the President or Secretary- 
one month before the time of holding a regular meeting. 

Sec. 2. All professors or officers of colleges voting and otherwise co-op- 
erating in the conferring of the degree of Doctor of Medicine on any person not 
duly entitled to the same, by the necessary attendance on medical lectures and 
thorough examinations, shall be considered as liable to the penalties enumera- 
ted in this article. 



CHICAGO MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

FEE BILL, ADOPTED MARCH, 1875. 

Inasmuch as the following table of charges is founded upon a just considera- 
tion of the services performed by medical practitioners, it will be considered a 
duty on their part to conform to it, whenever the circumstances of their patients 
do not clearly forbid such a course. 

MEDICINE. 

For an ordinary visit in the daytime ...$2 00to$ 5 00 

For each additional person prescribed for, when more than one 

member of the family is sick at the same time 1 00 to 3 00 

For a visit made between 10 p. m. and 6 a. m 5 00 to 10 00 

For rising at night _ 2 00 to 3 00 

For a visit as consulting physician _ _. 5 00 to 15 00 

For each subsequent visit as consulting physician, in the same 

case _ 3 00 to 10 00 

For unusual detention, per hour 2 00 to 5 00 

For office consultation, according to importance of case 1 00 to 10 00 

For a letter of advice, or written opinion 5 00 to 25 00 

For examination for life insurance - 3 00 to 5 00 

For certificate as family medical attendant... 2 00 to 3 00 

For an examination involving a question of law, in a case in 

which the physician may be subpcened 10 00 to 100 00 

For a visit to a small-pox patient, an additional fee of 1 00 to 3 00 

For a post-mortem examination in a case of legal investigation. 50 00 to 100 00 

For attendance upon court, per day 50 00 to 100 00 

For services to distant patients, in addition to expenses of travel, 

- per day 50 00 to 100 00 

OBSTETRICS. 

For attendance upon a case of natural delivery $ 10 00 to 100 00 

For cases complicated by hemorrhage, convulsions, or other 

causes, involving extra care or responsibility 25 00 to 100 00 

For obstetrical operations, as turning, application of forceps, 

craniotomy, cephalo-tripsy, Ciesarian section, etc 25 00 to 200 00 

For topical treatment of uterine diseases, each time 3 00 to 10 00 

For operation of uterine tumors - 25 00 to 100 00 

For vesico-vaginal or vesico-rectal fistula 50 00 to 300 00 

For ovariotomy. ... 100 00 to 500 00 

SURGERY. 

For amputation of the thigh $ 75 00 to 300 00 

For amputation at knee 50 00 to 300 00 

For amputation of the leg... 50 00 to 200 00 

For amputation of the foot 50 00 to 100 00 

For amputation of fingers or toes 10 00 to 25 00 

For amputation at shoulder joint 75 00 to 200 00 

For amputation of the arm 50 00 to 150 00 

For amputation of forearm or hand 50 00 to 100 00 

For resection of head of femur 75 00 to 300 00 

For resection of knee... 75 00 to 200 00 

For resection of the shoulder -- 50 00 to 200 00 

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Fee Bill. 71 



For resection of the elbow _ _. 50 00 to 100 00 

For operations for necrosis 25 00 to 100 00 

For reducing dislocation of hip 50 00 to 200 00 

For reducing dislocation of the knee 50 00 to 100 00 

For reducing dislocation of the ankle - 50 00 to 75 00 

For reducing dislocation of the fingers or toes 10 00 to 20 00 

For reducing dislocation of shoulder or elbow 25 00 to 50 00 

For reducing dislocation of wrist - 15 00 to 50 00 

For reducing dislocation of jaw 20 00 to 50 00 

For reducing fracture of the femur _ 25 00 to 50 00 

For reducing fracture of the leg. _._ 20 00 to 50 00 

For reducing fracture of ribs __ __ 5 00 to 20 00 

For reducing fracture of the arm or forearm 20 00 to 50 00 

For reducing fracture of the small bones - 5 00 to 10 00 

For reducing fracture of the clavicle __ 10 00 to 25 00 

For operation for internal piles 25 00 to 100 00 

For operation for external piles 10 00 to 25 00 

For operation for polypi of rectum, nose or ear 20 00 to 50 00 

For operation for anal fissure : 10 00 to 50 00 

For operation for lacerated perinaeum.__ _ 20 00 to 100 00 

For operation for fistula-in-ano 25 00 to 50 00 

For operation for radical cure of hernia 30 00 to 100 00 

For operation for stone in the bladder 75 00 to 500 00 

For operation for cataract 50 00 to 200 00 

For operation for strabismus - 25 00 to 50 00 

For operation on the eyelids 10 00 to 50 00 

For operation for artificial pupil _ 20 00 to 100 00 

For operation for radical cure of hydrocele _. 20 00 to 50 00 

For tapping hydrocele ._ 5 00 to 20 00 

For operation for varicocele 25 00 to 50 00 

For operation for varicose veins 15 00 to 50 00 

For reduction of strangulated hernia by taxis 10 00 to 25 00 

For performance of tracheotomy ._ 100 00 to 200 00 

For pneumatic aspiration __ _ 50 00 to 200 00 

For operation for club-foot _ 25 00 to 200 00 

For treatment for ununited fracture 25 00 to 200 00 

For trephining cranium __ 50 00 to 200 00 

For tapping abdomen . 10 00 to 25 00 

For operation for cleft palate __ 25 00 to 100 00 

For dilating stricture urethra, each operation __ 5 00 to 10 00 

For introduction of catheter 3 00 to 10 00 

For vaccination -. 1 00 to 5 00 

In all cases of gonorrhoea and syphilis, a fee of from $10.00 to $20.00 will be 
required in advance, the subsequent charges being graduated according to 
amount of after-attendance necessary. 

The foregoing charges are for the performance of the operation only. The 
subsequent visits are to be charged as in attendance in ordinary cases of disease, 
the fee being proportioned always to the time occupied and the trouble and re- 
sponsibility incurred. 

For operations and services not enumerated in the foregoing list, charges 
will be made according to their nature, extent and importance. 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS. 



UNITED STATES MARINE HOSPITAL. 

The United States Marine Hospital for the port of Chicago is very pleasantly 
located at Lake View and has excellent accommodations at the present time for 
300 patients— the medical staff at this date is as follows : 

H. W. Austin (In charge), Surgeon United States Marine Hospital Service. 
G. M. Magruder, J. O. Cobb, A. W. Condict, Assistant Surgeons United States 
Marine Hospital Service. 

NORTHERN" HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. 

LOCATED AT ELGIN. 
Superintendent... _ E.A. Kilbourne, M.D. 

EASTERN HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. 

LOCATED AT KANKAKEE. 
Superintendent _ R. S. Dewey, M.D. 



CENTRAL HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. 

LOCATED AT JACKSONVILLE. 
Superintendent Henry F. Carriel, M.D. 



SOUTHERN HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. 

LOCATED AT ANNA. 
Superintendent Horace Wardner, M.D. 



INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB. 

LOCATED AT JACKSONVILLE. 
Superintendent ._ Philip G. Gillett, LL.D. 



INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND. 

LOCATED AT JACKSONVILLE. 
Superintendent _-. Rev. F. W. Phillips. 



ASYLUM FOR FEEBLE-MINDED CHILDREN. 

LOCATED AT LINCOLN. 
Superintendent W. B. Fish, M.D. 



SOLDIERS' ORPHANS' HOME. 

LOCATED AT NORMAL. 
Superintendent Dr. H. 0. DeMatte. 



Public Institutions. 73 



ILLINOIS CHARITABLE EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY. 

Chicago, corner Adams and Peoria streets. Founded, May, 1858, as the Chica- 
go Charitable Eye and Ear Infirniiry. Chartered in 1865. Transferred to the 
State authorities in 1871. The object of the Infirmary is to provide gratuitous 
medical and surgical treatment for the poor suffering with diseases of the eye or 
ear. 

There is in connection with this Infirmary a Dispensary Department for the 
treatment of ''out patients," 1 which is open from 1.30 to 3 p.m. daily, except Sun- 
day and legal holidays. 

Trustees. — Pres., Dan'l Goodwin, Jr.; Vice-Pres., E. S. Fowler, M. D.:Sec. 
W. H. Fitch, M. D. ; Treas., W. I. Culver: Supt., E. C. Lawton. 

Eye Department. — Senior Surgeon, E. L. Holmes; Surgeons Eye Department, 
F. C. Hotz, Lyman Ware, W. T. Montgomery, E. J. Gardiner, Assistant Surgeons, 
A. P. Gilmore, J. E. Colburn, G. F. Fiske, B. Bettman, C. E. Walker, C. H. 
Beard, G. E. Brinkerhoff. 

Ear Department. — Surgeons, S. S. Bishop, I.E.Marshall; Assistant Sur- 
geons, J. J. Alderson, J. R. Davey, Chas. Davison, G. W. Webster; Microscopist, 
I. N. Danforth; Resident Assistant Surgeon, Win, L. Noble. 



COOK COUNTY HOSPITAL. 

(Telephone 7133.) 
Corner of Wood and Harrison streets. Organized in 1865. Maintained and 
controlled by the Board of County Commissioners. 

Medical Boards. 

Regular Medical Board.— Surgeons— Christian Fenger, D. A. K. Steele, A. 
E. Hoadley, Albert R. Strong, Oscar J. Price, A. J. Baxter, W. T. Belfield, D. W. 
Graham. Physicians — J. P. Ross, P. J. Rowan, J. R. Brandt, A. J. Corey, A. C. 
Cotton, E. V. McDonald, E. Melms, J. A. Robison. 

Gynaecologists.— John Gnerin, F. Henrotin, D. Servis, Chas. W. Earle. 

Oculist and Aurist.— J. Elliott Coburn. 

Pathologist.— Elbert Wing. 

Homoeopathic Medical Board.— A. W. Burnside, Chas. Gatchell, N. B. Dela- 
mater, A. W. Woodward, E. H. Pratt, Henry Sherry. 

Gynecologist. -John W. Streeter. 



COOK COUNTY POOR HOUSE. 

Telephone 4334. 

Is located twelve miles from the city, on the County Poor Farm, in Norwood 
Park Township, on which is also the Cook County Insane Asylum, there are 
nine buildings. They were completed in 1882, and have a capacity of 1,00J 
patients. 

Medical Staff. — Medical .Superintendent, T. J. Conley; Physician, E. E. 
Schenault. 



74 Public Institutions. 



COOK COUNTY INSANE ASYLUM. 

Telephone 4334. 

Telephone 4334. Is located on the County Poor Farm. 

Medical Stafi.— Medical Superintendent, Dr. John C. Spray; Assistant Physi- 
cians, Dr. Frank V. Luse, Dr. Florence W. Hunt, Dr. Oscan Bluthardt. 



COOK COUNTY MORGUE 

is situated on the County Hospital grounds, at the rear of the hospital. 



COOK COUNTY. 

County Physician, H. N. Mover; 
Assl. County Physician. J. L. Gray. 



CITY OF CHICAGO. 

DEPAKTMENT OF HEALTH. 

Office, City Hall, LaSalle between Randolph and Washington Stheets. 

Commissioner of Health. — O. C. DeWolf, M.D.; AssH Comr. and Dept. 
Secy., H. P. Thompson. 

Medical Inspector, South Division. — Frank Cary, M.D. 

Medical Inspector, North Division.— Junius M. Hall, M.D. 

Medical Inspector Southwest Division.— Erasmus Garrott, M.D. 

Medical Inspector Northwest Division.— Liston H. Montgomery, M.D. 

There are twenty-four Sanitary Policemen and twenty-four Tenement and 
Factory Inspectors under the charge of the Commissioner of Health. 

Small-Pox Hospital, corner Twenty-sixth and California Avenue. 

Patients are sent to Hospital under the direction of the Commissioner of 
Health. The Hospital is in charge of (Sisters) order of "Poor Handmaids of 
Jesus." 

City Physician.— Appointed biennially by the Mayor and City Council. Sal- 
ary, $2,000 per annum. His principal duties are to attend the police stations and 
the Bridewell. Present incumbent, A. L. Corey. 



SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. 



CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLEGE. 

MEDJCAL DEPARTMENT NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, 

PRAIRIE AVENUE, COR. 26TH STREET. 

(Telephone 8128.) 

Faculty.— Emeritus Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine and 
of Clinical Medicine, H. A. Johnson, M.D. , LL.D.; Emeritus Professor of Ob- 
stetrics, E. O. F. Roler, A.M., M.D.; Professor of Principles and Practice of 
Medicine and of Clinical Medicine, N. S. Davis, M.D., LL.D., Dean; Professor of 
Clinical Surgery, Edmund Andrews, M.D.. LL.D.. Treasurer; Professor of the 
Principles and Practice of Surgery and of Clinical Surgery, Ralph N. Isham, 
A.M., M.D.; Professor of Clinical Medicine, John H. Hollister, A.M., M.D.; 
Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology, S: J. Jones, M.D., LL.D.; Professor of 
Diseases of Children, M. P. Hatfield, A.M., M.D. ; Professor of General and Med- 
ical Chemistry, John H. Long, Sc.D.; Professor of Gynecology, E. C. Dudley, 
A.B., M.D.; Professor of Surgical Anatomy and Operative Surgery, and of Clini- 
cal Surgery, John E. Owens, M.D.; Professor of State Medicine and Public Hy- 
giene, O. C. DeWolf, A.M., M.D.; Professor of Nervous and Mental Diseases, and 
of Medical Jurisprudence, Walter Hay, M.D. , LL.D. ; Professor of Descriptive 
and Surgical Anatomy, F. C. Schaefer, M.D.; Professor of Clinical Medicine, 
I. N. Danforth, A.M., M.D. ; Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, and 
of Laryngology and Rhmology, W. E. Casselberry, M.D. ; Professor of Obstetrics, 
W. W. Jaggard, A.M., M.D.; Professor of Principles and Practice of Medicine, 
N. S. Davis, Jr., A.M., M.D. ; Professor of General Pathology and Pathological 
Anatomy, F. S. Johnson, A.M., M.D. ; Professor of Physical Diagnosis and Clini- 
cal Medicine, Frank Billings, M.D., Secretary; Professor of Clinical Surgery. 
E. Wyllys Andrews, A.M., M.D.; Professor of Histology, Frank T.Andrews, 
A.M., M.D. 

Lecturers. — Lecturer on Physiology, George W. Webster, M. D.; Demon- 
strator of Pathology, Elbert Wing, A.M., M.D. ; Demonstrator of Operative Sur- 
gery, William E. Morgan, M.D.; Demonstrator of Anatomy, Herbert H. Froth- 
ingham, M.D.; Demonstrator of Histology, J. C. Hoag, Ph.M., M.D.; Clinical As- 
sistant to the Professor of Surgery, George S. Isham, A.M., M.D. ; Assistant 
Demonstrator of Anatomy,W. N. Hibbard, A.M., M.D.; J. O. Wakem, Clerk. 

College year commences Tuesday, September 25, 1888, and terminates Tues- 
day, March 26, 1889. 

RUSH MEDICAL COLLEGE. 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT LAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY. 

(Telephone 7113.) 

Corner of Wood and Harrison Streets. Incorporated, 1837. Organized, 

1843. The winter term begins the third Tuesday in September, and closes the 

second Tuesday of February of the following year. The spring term opens the 

third Tuesday in February, and closes the second Tuesday in June. 



76 Schools and Colleges — Medical. 

Board of Trustees.— Hon. L. C. P. Freer, President ; Joseph P. Ross, M.D., 
Vice President; Hon. Grant Goodrich, LL.D., Secretary; Chas. T. Parkes, M.D., 
Treasurer; Henry M. Lyman, M.D. ; Assistant Secretary; J. Adams Allen, 
M.D.; DeLaskie Miller, M.D.; Charles T. Parkes, M.D. ; Edward L. Holmes, 
M.D.; James II. Etheridge, M.D. ; W. S. Haines, M.D. ; Hon. John C. Haines; 
Rev. Wm. C. Roberts, D.D., President Lake Forest University; His Excellency, 
Richard J. Oglesby, Governor; The speaker of the House of Representatives, 
J. Adams Allen, M.D., LL.D., President of the College, Ex-Officio. 

Faculty. — J. Adams Allen, M.D., LL.D., President, Professor of the Princi- 
ples and Practice of Medicine, 125 State Street; Joseph P. Ross, A.M., M.D., 
Professor of Clinical Medicine and Diseases of the Chest, 428 Washington Boule- 
vard; William H. Byford, A.M., M.D., Professor of Gynecology, 125 State Street; 
Edward L Holmes, A.M., M.D., Professor of Diseases of the Eye and Ear, 112 
Clark Street; Henry M. Lyman, A.M., M.D., Professor of Physiology and 
of Diseases of the Nervous System, 69 Dearborn Street; James H. Etheridge, 
A.M., M.D., Secretary; Professor of Materia Medica and Medical Jurisprudence, 
1634 Michigan Avenue; Charles] T. Parkes, M.D., Professor of Principles and 
Practice of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, 51 Lincoln Avenue; Walter S. Haines, 
A.M., M.D., Professor of Chemistry, Pharmacy and Toxicology, Laboratory in 
College Building; James Nevins Hyde, A.M., M.D. , Professor of Skin and Ve- 
nereal Diseases, 240 Wabash Avenue; Norman Bridge, M.D. , Professor of Path- 
ology and Adjunct Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine, 550 
West Jackson Street; Arthur D. Broon, M.D., Professor of Anatomy; Nicholas 
Senn, M.D., Professor of Surgical Pathology and Principles of Surgery; J. Suy- 
dam Knox, A.M., M.D., Professor of Obstetrics. 

Professors of Special Departments. — Truman W. Brophy, M.D., D.D..S., Pro- 
fessor of Dental Pathology and Surgery, 125 State Street; E. Fletcher Jngals, 
A.M., M.D., Professor of Laryngology, 64 State Street. 

Adjunct Professors and Lecturers. — Daniel T. Nelson, A.M., M.D., Adjunct 
Professor of Gynecology, 125 State Street; Philip Adolphus, M.D., Clinical 
Adjunct to the chair of Gynecology, 638 Washington Boulevard; Eugene W. 
Whitney, A.B., M.D., Lecturer on Surgery, 174 Warren Avenue; Alfred C. Cot- 
ton, M.D., Lecturer on Therapeutics, 193 South Wood Street; Eugene S. Talbot, 
M.D., D.D.S., Lecturer on Dental Anatomy and Physiology, 125 State Street; 
Samuel J. Holmes, M.D., Lecturer on Pathological Anatomy and Pathological 
Histology, 315 Fulton Street; Daniel R. Brower, M.D., Lecturer on the Practice 
of Medicine, 65 Randolph Street; Henry P. Merriman, A.M., M.D. , Lecturer on 
Gynaecology, 2237 Michigan Avenue ; John A. Robison, A.M., M.D., Lecturer on 
Materia Medica, 428 Washington Boulevard; Henry T. Byford, M. D. Lecturer 
on Obstetrics ; Frederick E. Sherman, M.D., Assistant Demonstrator of Ana- 
tomy; Wm. II. Morgan, M.D., Clinical Assistant to the Chair of Diseases of Chil- 
dren; Thomas J. Shaw, M.D., Clinical Assistant to the Chair of Gynecology; A. 
E. Kauffman, M.D., Demonstrator of Chemistry; Albert J. Ochsner, B.S., M.D., 
Demonstrator of Physiology and Pathology; Harold N. Moyer, M.D. , Assistant 
to the Chair of Diseases of the Nervous System; Cassius D. Wescott, Demons- 
trator of Anatomy; Mr. Frank Jordan Gould, College Clerk. 



Schools and Colleges — Medical. 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 

Organized 1881, 813 W. Harrison St. 
Telephone 7121. 

Board of Directors.— President, A. Reeves Jackson, M.D; Vice-President, 
S. A. McWilliams, M.D.; Secretary, D. A. K. Steele, M.D.; Treasurer, Leonard 
St. John, M.D.; Chairman Finance Committee, Charles Warrington Earle, M.D. 

Faculty.— Professor of Gynecology.— A. Peeves Jackson, A.M., M.D., 271 
Michigan avenue. Professor of Clinical Medicine, Diseases of the Chest, and 
Physical Diagnosis.— Samuel A. McWilliams, A.M., M.D. ,3456 Michigan avenue. 
Professor of Principles and Practices of Surgery and Clinical Surgery.— Daniel 
A. K. Steele, M.D., 1801 State street. Professor of Demonstrations of Surgery 
and Surgical Appliances.— Leonard St. John, M.D., C. M., M. R. C. S., Eng., 539 
West Monroe street. Professor of Obstetrics. — Chas. Warrington Earle, A.M., 
M.D., 535 Washington Boulevard. Professor of Operative Surgery, Clinical 
Surgery, and Surgical Pathology. — Henry Palmer, M.D., Janesville, Wisconsin. 
Professor of Otology, Laryngology and Rhinology.— Frank E. Waxham, M.D., 
243 State street. Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology.— John E. Harper, 
A.M., M.D., 163 State street. Professor of Dental Surgery.— A. W. Harlan, M.D., 
D. D. S., 70 Dearborn street. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Albert E. Hoadley, 
M.D., 683 Washington Boulevard. Professor of Therapeutics.— C. C. P. Silva, M.D., 
9S Ogden avenue. Professor of Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System. — 
Oscar A. King, M.D., 70 Monroe street. Professor of General Pathology, 
Hygiene and Bacteriology. — Romaine J. Curtiss, M.D., Joliet, Illinois. Professor 
of Medical Chemistry. — W. K. Harrison, A.B., M.D., 295 North State street. 
Professor of Practice of Medicine and Clinical Medicine. — Wm. E. Quine, M.D., 
3160 Indiana avenue. Professor of Surgical Diseases of the Genito-Urinary Sys- 
tem.— J. T. Jelks, M.D.,Hot Springs, Ark. Professor of Dermatology.— Henry 
J. Reynolds, M.D., 163 State street. Professor of Clinical Surgery. — Christian 
Fenger, M.D., 125 State street. Professor of Inorganic Chemistry.— Charles B. 
Gibson, M.D., 81 Clark Street; Professor of Physiology, John A. Benson, A.M., 
M.D., 163 State street. Professor of Diseases of Children.— H. P. Newman, M.D. 

LECTURERS IN THE SPRING COURSE. 
Lecturer on Gynaecology. — E. P. Murdock, A.M., M.D. , 148 Loorn is street 
Lecturer on Obstetrics, H. P. Newman, M.D., 65 Randolph street. Lecturer on 
Surgical Diseases of the Genito- Urinary System, G. Frank Lydston, M.D., 112 
Clark street. Lecturer on Anatomy. — B. A. Bngham, M.D. Lecturer on His- 
tology and Microscopy. — A.J. C. Saunief, M.D., Libertyville, 111. Lecturer on 
Surgical Anatomy, Elmer E. Babcock, M.D., 1801 State street. Lecturer on 
Materia Medica. — W. C. Caldwell, M.D., 168 Halsted street. Lecturer on Ophthal- 
mology and Otology. — G. Erwin Brinckerhoff, M.D., 227 West Adams street. 
Lecturer on Surgery. — Thos. A. Davis, M.D., 975 West Van Buren street. Lec- 
turer on Practice of Medicine. — F. B. Earle, M.D. Demonstrator of Anatomy.— 
Wm. Goodsmith, M.D. Clerk.— Levi Dell. 



WOMAN'S MEDICAL COLLEGE. 

335 S. LINCOLN ST. 
(Telephone 7116.) 
Board of Trustees. Term Expires 1888.— President, Wm. H. Byford, A.M., 
M.D.; Secretary and Treasurer, Chas. W. Earle, A.M., M.D.; E. Fletcher 



78 Schools and Colleges — Medical. 

Ingals, A.M., M.D. Term expires 1889.— D. W. Graham, A.M., M.D. ; I.N. 
Danforth, A.M., M.D.; Wm. J. Maynard, A.M., M.D. Term expires 1890.— 
Sarah. Hackett Stevenson, M.D. ; Daniel R. Brower, M.D. ; F. L.Wadsworth, M.D. 

Emeritus Faculty. — Professor Emeritus of Theory and Practice of Medicine, 
W.Godfrey Dyas, M.D., F.R.C.S.; Professor Emeritus of Materia Medica and 
Therapeutics, G. C. Paoli, M.D.; Professor Emeritus of Gynecology, T. Davis 
Fitch, M.D.; Professor Emeritus of Surgery, R. G. Bogue, M.D. 

Faculty. — Professor of Gynecology, William H. Byford, A.M., M.D., President; 
Professor of Diseases of Children and Clinical Medicine, Charles Warrington 
Earle, A.M., M.D., Treasurer; Professor of Renal Diseases, Isaac N. Danforth, 
A.M., M.D. ; Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine, Henry M. Lyman, 
A.M., M.D. ; Professor of Diseases of the Nervous System and Clinical Medicine, 
Daniel R. Brower, M.D. ; Professor of Obstetrics, Sarah Hackett Stevenson, M.D. ; 
Professor of Surgery, David W. Graham, A.M., M.D. ; Professor of Dermatology, 
Wm. J. Maynard, A.M., M.D. ; Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology, Wm. 
T. Montgomery, M.D.; Professor of Diseases of the Chest and Throat, E. 
Fletcher Ingals, A.M., M.D. : Professor of Physiology, F. L. Wadsworth, M.D. ; 
Professor of Gynecology, Marie J. Mergler, M.D., Secretary; Professor of 
Dental Surgery, Eugene S. Talbot, M.D., D.D.S.; Prof essor of Chemistry and 
Toxicology, Jerome H. Salisbury, A.B., M.D.; Professor of Anatomy, Mary E. 
Bates, M.D. ; Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, John A. Robison, 
M.D. ; Clinical Prof essor of Gynecology at the Hospital for Women and Children, 
Mary H. Thompson, M.D.; Professor of Hygiene and Medical Jurisprudence, 
Eliza H. Root, M.D.; Professor of Pathology and Director of the Pathological 
Laboratory, Frank Gary, M.D. 

Lecturers and Assistants. — Clinical Lecturer on Midwifery, and in charge of 
outside obstetrical department, Robert S. Hall, M.D. ; Lecturer on Diseases of 
the Chest and Throat, Homer M. Thomas, M.D.; Assistants to the Chair of 
Anatomy, Annette S. Dobbin, M.D., Ellen Heise, M.D., Rachel Hickey, M.D. : 
Lecturer on nistology and Director of the Histological Laboratory, Mary Mixer, 
MD.; Assistant to the Chair of Physiology, Derexa N. Morey, B.S., M.D. ; 
College Clerk and Janitor, M. L. Bush. 

THE HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE OF CHICAGO. 

2813 COTTAGE GROVE AVENUE. 

Incorporated 1855. Organized 1859. 

Officers of the College. — President, D. S. Smith, M.D.; Vice-President, 
Erskine M. Phelps; Secretary, G. F. Shears, M.D. ; Treasurer, Temple S. Hoyne, 
M.D.; Trustees, D. S. Smith, M.D.; E. H. Sheldon, Esq.; J. Young Scammon, 
LL. D.: R. L. North, Esq.; T. S. Hoyne, M.D.; E. M. Phelps, Esq.; H. J. Mac- 
Farland, Esq. ; H. N. Higinbotham, Esq. ; Byron L. Smith, Esq- ; R. R. Cable, Esq. 

Officers of the Faculty.— President, D. S. Smith, M.D.; Dean, R. Ludlam, 
M.D.; Registrar, E. S. Bailey, M.D. 

Faculty. — Emeritus Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, D. S. 
Smith, M.D. ; Professors of the Principles and Practice of Medicine, *H. B. Fel- 
lows, M.D., 2969 Indiana Avenue; *C. E. Laning, M.D., Central Music Hall; Pro- 
fessors of the Medical and Surgical Diseasesof Women, and Obstetrics, *R. Lud- 
lam, M.D., 1823 Michigan Avenue; S. Leavitt, M.D., 148 Thirty-seventh Street; 
E. S. Bailey, M.D., 3034 Michigan Avenue; Professor of the Principles and Prac- 



*The star indicates the governing faculty. 



Schools and Colleges — Medical. 79 

tice of Surgery, *Geo. F. .Shears, M.D., 3130 Indiana Avenue ; Professor of Materia 
Medica and Therapeutics. : W. J. Hawkes, M.D., 241 Dearborn Avenue; Pro- 
fessor of Diseases of the Ej r e and Ear, *C..H. Vilas, M.A., M.D., Central Music 
Hall: Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology, *J. B. S. King, M.D., 240 Wabash 
Avenue; Professor of Descriptive and PracticalAnatomy, C. E. Laning, M.D., 
Central Music Hall; Professor of Physiology, Histology and Sanitary Science, 
*J. E. Gilman, M.D., 455 W. Washington Street: Adjunct Professor of Chemistry 
and Toxicology, J. Eugene Jordan, M.D. ; Adjunct Professor of Physiology and His- 
tology, J. P. Cobb, M.D.; Adjunct Professor of Materia Medica, W. S. Gee, M.D.: 
Adjunct Professor of the Diseases of the Eye and the Ear, Joseph Watry, M.D. ; 
Adjunct to the Chair of Theory and Practice, B. S. Arnulphy, M.D.; Adjunct 
to the Chair of Anatomy, Homer V. Halbert, M.D.; Demonstrator of Anatomy, 
O. M. Baird, M.D. 

CHICAGO HOMCEOPATHIC MEDICAL COLLEGE. 

CORNER "WOOD AND YORK STREETS. 

Chartered 1876. 

Board of Counsellors. — Geo. E. Shipman, M.D., Leonard Pratt, M.D., Willis 
Danforth, M.D., E. M. Hale, M.D. , Charles Adams, M.D. , M. B. Campbell, M.D., 
C. C. Bonney, L.L.D., Hon. W. H. Wood, P. B. Weare, Esq., Henry Strong., Esq., 
Hon. W. C. Goudy, Edson Keith, Esq., Hon. J. Russell Jones, Marvin Hughitt, 
Esq., Philo R. King, Esq., Francis B. Peabody. 

Officers of the College.— President, J. S. Mitchell, M.D. ; Vice-President, A. W. 
Woodward, M.D. ; Secretary, J. R. Kippax, M.D.; Treasurer, L. C. Grosvenor, 
M.D. ; Manager, J. H. Buffurn, M.D. 

Regular Faculty. Theory and Practice of Medicine.— J. S. Mitchell, A.M., 
M.D., 2432 Michigan Avenue, Professor of Institutes and Practice of Medicine ; 
John R. Kippax, M.D., LL. B., 3154 Indiana Avenue, Professor of Principles and 
Practice of Medicine and Medical Jurisprudence; N.B. Delamater, A.M., M.D. , 
125 State Street, Professor of Mental and Nervous Diseases; R. N. Tooker, M.D., 
2bl Dearborn Avenue, Professor of Diseases of Children. Surgery. — Albert G. 
Beebe, A.M., M.D. , 552 West Monroe Street, Professor of Operative Surgery; 
E. H.Pratt, M.D. LL.D., Central Music Hall, Professor of Principles and Prac- 
tice of Surgery; W. F. Knoli, M.D., 726 Washington Boulevard, Professor of 
Minor Surgery; F. H. Gardiner, M.D., D.D.S., 126 State Street, Lecturer on 
Dental Surgery- Obstetrics and Gynecology. — R. N. Foster, A.M., M.D., 10 
Warren Avenue, Professor of Obstetrics; John W. Streeter, M.D. , 2001 Prairie 
Avenue, Professor of Medical and Surgical Diseases of Women. Ophthalmology 
and Otology. — J. H. Buffum, M.D., 100 State Street, Professor of Diseases of the 
Eye and Ear; W. M. Stearns, M.D., 100 State Street. Materia Medica and 
Therapeutics. — A. W. Woodward, M.D., 130 Ashland Avenue, Professor of Ma- 
teria Medica and Therapeutics; H. M. Hobart, A.M., M.D. , 402 Center Street, 
Professor of Materia Medica. Anatomy.— Curtis M. Beebe, M.D., 27 Ashland 
Avenue, Professor of Anatomy. Physiology, Pathology, Histology and Micro- 
scopy.— W. F. Knoll M.D., 726 Washington Boulevard, Professor of Physiology, 
Pathology and Minor Surgery; M.J. Bliem, Ph.B.,M.D., 308 Warren Avenue, 
Adjunct Professor of Phj'siology and Demonstrator of Histology and Microscopy. 
Chemistry, Toxicology and Sanitary Science.— Clifford Mitchell, A.M., M.D., 44 
Sixteenth Street, Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology; L. C. Grosvenor, 
M.D., 185 Lincoln Avenue, Professor of Sanitary Science. 



80 Schools and Colleges — Dental. 



BENNETT MEDICAL COLLEGE. 

(Telephone 667.) 

Nos. 511 and 51B State street. Chartered March 25th, 1869. 

The regular term commences in September, and continues six months. 

Board of Trustees. — Pres., A. L. Clark; Yice-Pres., Edgar Reading; Sec, 
Milton Jay; Treas., H. T. Clark; J. B. McFatrich, H. K. Whitford, E. M. Read- 
ing, H K. Stratford, Pinley Ellingwood, M. G. Hart, H. S. Tucker, E. F. Bueck- 
ing, John Tascher. 

Faculty. — Milton Jay, Dean, Principles and Practice of Surgery and Clinical 
Surgery; Anson L. Clark, Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Clinical Gynae- 
cology; L. D. Batchelder, Principles and Practice of Medicine; H. K. Whitford, 
Clinical Medicine; E. M. Reading, Diseases of the Respiratory and Circulatory 
Organs and the Nervous System ; H. S. Tucker, Descriptive Anatomy; A. L. Wil- 
lard, Morbid Anatomy and Astrology; Finley Ellingwood, Hygiene and State 
Medicine, and Analytical Chemistry. E. F. Buecking, Surgical Anatomy and 
Orthopaedic Surgery; J. B. McFatrich, Didactic and Clinical Ophthalmology and 
Otology; Martin G. Hart, Physiology; Gilbert Wheeler, Chemistry, Pharmacy 
and Toxicology ; John Ta9cher, Diseases of Children; Edgar Whitford, Derma- 
tology and Venereal Diseases; George C. Christian, Medical Jurisprudence; Eli 
Wight, Professor of Obstetrics; O. O. Baines, Demonstrator of Anatomy; C. E. 
Starret, Therapeutics; J. M. Jacobs Materia Medica. 



CHICAGO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY. 

NORTHEAST CORNER OF WABASH AVENUE AND MADISON STREET. 

Board of Counselors.— Hon. Lyman Trumbull, Hon. John Wentworth, Hon. 
Carlile Mason, Hon. B. C. Cook, Hon. Henry M. Shepard, Hon. Carter H. Harri- 
son, Win. K. Ackerman, Esq. ; Hon. J. C. Knickerbocker, Dr. G. F. Root, Mnrry 
Nelson, Esq. ; Wm. Penn Nixon, Esq; John V. Far well, Esq.; Win. M. Hoyt, 
Esq.; Geo. M. Pullman, Esq.; Hon. John A. Roche; E..H. Sargent, Esq.; Wirt 
Dexter, Esq.; Sidney C. Eastman, Esq. 

Board of Directors. — President and Dean of the Faculty, Truman W. Brophy, 
M.D., D.D.S. ; Vice-President, A. W. Harlan, M.D., D.D.S. ; Secretary and Treas- 
urer, Edgar D. Swain, D.D.S.; James A. Swasey, N. B. Delamater, A.M., M.D.; 
E. Fletcher Ingals, A.M., M.D.; A. Reeves Jackson, A.M., M.D.; Milton Jay 
M.D.; O. H. Thayer, D.D.S.; J. H. Etheridge, A.M., M.D.; G. W. Nichols, M.D.; 
J.N. Crouse, D.D.S. ; Chairman of Executive Committee, Frank H.Gardiner, 
M.D., D.D.S. 

Faculty. — Prof essor of Operative Dentistry, *Geo. H. Cushing, M.D., D.D.S. ; 
Professor of Pathology, G. V. Black, M.D., D.D.S.; Professor of Anatomy^ 
W. L. Copeland, M.D., CM., M.R.C.S., England; Professor of Physiology and 
Microscopy, W. T. Bel held, M.D. ; Professor of Oral Surgery, Truman W. Brophy, 
M.D., D.D.S.; Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, A. W. Harlan, 
M.D., D.D.S.; Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry, W. B. Ames, D.D.S.; Professor 
of Regional Anatomy, J. W. Wassail, M.D., D.D.S.; Professor of Irregularities 
and Hygiene, Garrett Newkirk, M.D.; Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy, 



*Prof. Cushing will be in attendance in the Infirmary and demonstrate Oper- 
ative Dentistry from 1 to 4 p. m., Mondays and Wednesdays during the entire 
sessions. 



Schools and Colleges — Dental. 81 



Chas. B. Gibson, M.D. ; Adjunct Professor of Operative Dentistry, C. N. Johnson. 
D.D.S., D.D.S.; Lecturer on Ethics and Dental Jurisprudence, .1. M. Crouse, 
D.D.S. ; Superintendent, tG. V. Black, M.D., D.D.S. 

Instructors in Dental Technics. — Instructor in Prosthetic Technics, H. P. 
Smith; Instructor in Operative Technics, D. M. Cattell, D.D.S. 

Demonstrators.— Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry, A. H. Peck, D.D.S. ; 
Demonstrator of Microscopy, L. L. Gregory, M.D.; Demonstrator of Chemistry, 
Prof. Chas. B. Gibson, M.D.; Demonstrator of Anatomy, Wm. H. Weaver, M.D. ; 
First Assistant Demonstrator of Chemistry, C. P. VanGundy, B.Sc; Assistant 
Demonstrators of Anatomy, Thos. A. Broadbent, B.S., D.D.S., Chas. J. Merriman, 
D.D.S. 



COLLEGE OF DENTAL AND ORAL SURGERY. 

(northwestern, university dental college.) 

College year opens September 25, 1888, closes March 26, 18S9. 

Faculty.— Joseph Cummings, D.D., LL.D., President; W. W. Allport, M.D., 
D.D.S., Emeritus Professor of Principles and Practice of Operative Dentistry: 
*Edmund Andrews, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery; *Ralph N. Isham, 
A.M., M.D., Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery; *Walter Hay, M.D., 
LL.D., Professor of Medical Jurisprudence; L. P. Haskell, D.D.S., Professor of 
Prosthetic Dentistry; *F. C. Schaefer, M.D., Professor of Descriptive Anatomy; 
R. F. Ludwig, D.D.S., Treasurer, Professor of Clinical Operative Dentistry: 
*John S. Marshall, M.D., Dean, Professor of Oral Surgery ; A. E. Baldwin, M.D., 
D.D.S., Professor of Dental Pathology and Therapeutics; Chas. P. Pruyn, M.D., 
D.D.S., Professor of Principles and Practice of Operative Dentistry; *JohnH. 
Long, Sc.D., Professor of General and Medical Chemistry; Geo. W. Wheaton, 
M.D., Professor of Physiology; *W. E. Casselberry, M.D., Professor of Materia 
Medica and Therapeutics; *F. S.Johnson, A.M.. M.D., Professor of Pathology 
and Pathological Anatomy; C. R. Baker, D.D.S., Professor of Metallurgy and 
Oral Chemistry; Arthur B. Freeman, M.D., D.D.S., Secretary, Professor of Com- 
parative Dental Anatomy; *Frank T. Andrews, A.M., M.D.. Professor of His 
tology; Arthur E. Mattison, Professor of Dental Deformities; J. A. Freeman, 
Associate Professor of Principles and Practice of /Operative Dentistry. 

Demonstrators. — *Elbert Wing, A.M., M.D., Demonstrator of Pathology: 
*Herbert H. Frothingham, M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy; J. C. Hoog, Ph.M., 
M.D., Demonstrator of Physiology; David M. Cattell, D.D.S., Demonstrator of 
Operative Dentistry. 

Spring Course.— David M. Cattell, D.D.S., Lecturer on Dental Histology: 
Herbert H. Frothingham, M.D., Lecturer on Regional Anatomy; W. G. Stowell, 
D.D.S., Lecturer on Operative Dentistry. 

tProf. Black will be in constant attendance supervising the instruction in all 
of the Clinical Departments. 



^Members of the Medical Faculty. 



82 Schools and Colleges — Dental. 



NORTHWESTERN COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY. 

DEPARTMENT OP DENTAL AND ORAL SURGERY OF LAKE FOREST 

UNIVERSITY. 

SOUTHEAST COR. W ABASH AVE. AND TWELFTH ST. 

Incorporated 1835. 

Officers. — President, Win. C.Roberts, D.D., Chancellor of the University; 
Secretary and Actuary, F. H. B. McDowell. 

Board of Directors. — P. H. B. McDowell, N. J. Roberts, Joseph A. Marshall. 

Board of Educational Control.— President, J. E. Hequembourg, M.D. ; Joseph 
Haven, M.D. ; R. W. Clarkson, D.D.S. ; N. J. Roberts, D.D.S. ; Byron D. Palmer, 
D.D.S. 

Faculty.— Emeritus Professor of Materia Medica, G. C. Paoli, A.M., M.D.; 
Emeritus Professor of Pathology, N. P. Pearson, A.M., M.D.; Professor of 
Operative Dentistry and Dental Histology, R. W. Clarkson, D.D.S.: Professor 
of Prosthetic Dentistry, Byron D. Palmer, D.D.S. ; Professor of Oral Surgery, 
Norman J. Roberts, D.D.S. ; Professor of Physiology and Dean of the Faculty, 
Jos. Haven, M.D. ; Professor of Anatomy and Principles and Practice of Surgery, 
J. E. Hequembourg, M.D.; Professor of Pathology, J. H. Lyon, A.M., M.D.; 
Professor of Materia Medica, F. C. Caldwell, M.D. ; Professor of Chemistry, 
J. H. Salisbury, A.M., M.D. 



THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY. 

78-82 STATE ST., CHICAGO. 

Board of Directors.— President, T. Davis Fitch, M.D,; Secretary, I. Clenden- 
en, M.D,; Treasurer, L. H. Varney, D.D.S.; Ira E. Marshall, A.M., M.D.; G. C. 
Varny. 

Faculty.— Professor Materia Medica and Therapeutics, T. Davis Fitch, Presi- 
dent; Professor Oral Surgery, 1. Clendenen, M.D., Secretary, 78 State street; 
Professor Plastic Surgery, Ward Greene Clark, M.D., Vice-President, S. E. corner 
Clark and Huron Streets; Professor of Chemistry, W. Meek, A.M., M.D., Secre- 
tary of Faculty, 182 Park Avenue ; Professor Pathology and Clinical Surgery, 
Geo. W. Whitefield, M.D., D.D.S., Evanston, 111. ; Professor Physiology, C. T. 
Hood, A.M., M.D., 255 S. Western Avenue; Professor Electro-Therapeutics and 
Ansesthetics, E. E. Gwynne, M.D., 407 Centre Street; Professor Anatomy, E. R. 
Bennett, M.D., 893 Clybourn Avenue; Professor Operative Dentistry, I. B. Criss- 
man. D.D.S., 271 N. Clark Street; Professor Care and Treatment of Children's 
Teeth and Dental Anatomy, Gustavus North, A.M., D.D.S., Springville, Iowa; 
Professor Microscopy, L. D. Mcintosh, M.D., D.D.S., 141 and 143 Wabash Avenue; 
fessor Prosthetic Dentistry and Metallurgy, G. A. Thomas, D.D.S., 163 State 
Street; Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, J. Spafford Hunt, M.D., 878 Fulton 
Street. 

Clinical Instructors.— T. Rin, D.D.S., Dowagiac, Mich., S. M. White, D.D.S., 
Benton Harbor, Mich., A. J.Holmes, Kalamazoo, Mich., Gustavus North, A.M., 
D.D.S., Springville, Iowa, Geo. Whitefield, M.D. , D.D.S., Illinois, I. B. Crissman, 
D.D.S., Illinois. G. A. Thomas, D.D.S., Illinois, Dr. M. A. Webb, 858 West Van 
Buren Street, Dr. Charles Upp, 3502 South State Street, L. H. Varney, D.D.S., 78 
State Street, Clarke R. Rowley, D.D.S., 163 State Street, E. M. Mcintosh, D.D.S., 
141 and 143 Wabash Avenue. 



Schools and Colleges — Pharmaceutical. 83 



THE NORTHWESTERN DENTAL COLLEGE OF CHICAGO 

Was organized in the winter of 1887-8, and is very centrally located at 20:2 State 
(cor. Adams Street). 

The Officers for 1888-9.— President, John Leggett, D.D.S.; President Board of 
Trustees, Chas. T. McKinney; Secretary, Dr. L. E. Ireland; Treasurer, Dr. A. G. 
Goodman. 

Board of Trustees.— Chas. T. McKinney, Dr. L. E. Ireland, Dr. A. G. Good, 
man, Dr. John Leggett. 

THE ILLINOIS COLLEGE OF PHARMACY. 

Department of Pharmacy of Northwestern University, south-west corner Lake 
and Dearborn Streets, Chicago. Next regular course begins September 27, 1888, 
and another on the second Thursday in March, 1889. 

Departments.— There are four principal departments of study, viz. : 

Department of Pharmacy, including Metrology, Pharmaco-technology, Phar- 
maceutical Chemistry, Pharmacopceias, Pharmaceutical Nomenclature, and Dis- 
pensing Pharmacy. 

Department of Chemistry, including Natural Philosophy, Chemical and 
Pharmaceutical Physics, Chemical Philosophy, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic 
Chemistry, Chemical Analysis, and Toxicological Chemistry. 

Department of Pharmacognosy, in«ludinL. r Structural and Systematic Botany, 
Micro-Botany, Principles of Construction of the Microscope, Pharmaceutical 
Microscopy, and Pharmacognosy. 

Department of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, including Physiology. Ther- 
apeutics, Inorganic and Organic Meleria Medica, Toxicology and Posology. 

Faculty.— Joseph Cummings, LL. D., President: Oscar Oldberg, P. D., Dean, 
Professor of Pharmacy and Director of the Pharmaceutical Laboratories: John 
H. Long, Sc. D., Professor of Chemistry and Director of the Chemical Labora- 
tory; W. E Quiue, M. D., Professor of Physiology, Materia Medica and Thera- 
peutics; W. K. Higley, Ph. C, Professor of Botany and Pharmacognosy and Di- 
rector of the Microscopical Laboratory. 

Assistants. — Mark Powers, B. Sc, Assistant in the Chemical Laboratory; 
Wm. B. Moore, Ph. G., Assistant to the Chair of Pharmacy, Amanuensis in the 
Dispensing Laboratory; Assistant in the Microscopical Laboratory. 

Occasional lectures are delivered by N. S. Davis, M. D., LL. D. ; E. Andrews, 
M. D., LL. D. ; W. H. Byford, A. M., M. D. ; A. R. Jackson, A. M., M. D. ; Joseph 
P. Ross, A. M., M. D ; M. P. Hatfield, A. M., M. D.; Charles T. Parkes, M. D.; 
Chas. W. Earle, A. M. M. D.; J. H. Etheridge, A. M., M. D.; Daniel R. Brower, 
M. D.j I. N. Danforth, A. M., M. D.; John A. Benson, A. M., M. D.; E. P. Mur- 
dock, M. D.; H. Gradle, M. D.; G. Frank Lydston, M. D.: Hon. Frank J. Craw- 
ford, Counsellor at Law, and the Professors of the Science Department of North- 
western Universit3*. 

Trustees.— E. H. Sargent, D. R. Dyche, H. S. Maynard, T. H. Patterson, 
Wilhelm Bodemann. 

CHICAGO COLLEGE OF PHARMACY. 

NOS. 465 AND 467 STATE STREET. 

Organized and incorporated in 1859. 

Officers for 1888-89.— President, George Buck; Vice-President, Wm. K. 
Forsyth; Auditor, A. EmilHiss; Treasurer, Judson S. Jacobus; Secretary, D. 
H. Galloway. Faculty. — Professor of Chemistry and Director of the Chemical 



84 Schools and Colleges — Special. 

Laboratory.— H. D. GarrisoD. Professor of Pharmacy.— N. Gray Bartlett. Pro- 
fessor of Botany and Materia Medica and Director of Microscopical Laboratory.— 
B. S. Bastin. Professor of Pharmacal and Chemical Technology and Director of 
the Pharmaceutical Laboratories. — E.B.Stuart. Assistant Professor of Chem- 
istry. — D. H. Galloway. Assistant Professor of Pharmacy.— L. C. Hogan. As- 
sistant Professor of Materia Medica and Botany.— Wm. A. Puchner. Assistant 
in Prescription Department.— Richard A. Voge. 



THE CHICAGO COLLEGE OF OPHTHALMOLOGY AND 
OTOLOGY. 

Located at 527 State street, corner .Harrison street. Is in a central part of the 
city and easy of access. It is designed for instructing physicians and those who 
wish to gain a higher knowledge in the science of Ophthalmology and Otology. 

A free clinic is connected with it, that students may have practice in the art of 
applying the medicines to patients, which enables them to acquire practical 
knowledge while in the College. Tables will be set, apart for students to work at 
during the time of the clinics. A large dark room is provided for students to 
practice in the use of the opthalmoscope, laryngoscope and rhinoscope, thus 
giving them the practice which they so much need. Lectures on refraction and 
optics will form a part of the instructions given during the course. 

The importance of maintaining an Eye and Ear College cannot be too highly 
estimated, as physicians throughout the country are (as a rule) not qualified to 
examine and diagnose intra-ocular diseases, and he who is thus qualified has a 
very strong point in his favor. 

Board of Trustees.— Henry Olin, M. D., Pres.; J. B. McFatrich, M. D., Vice- 
Pres.; Eli Wight, M. D.; A. L. Willard, M. ]).; A. E. Bassett, M.D.; C. E. 
Starrett, M. D. 

Faculty.— Henry Olin, M. D., Dean of the Faculty, 163 State street, Professor 
of Diseases of the Eye and Clinical Opthalmology ; J. B. McFatrich, M. S., M D., 
Sec. of the Faculty, N. E. cor. State and Monroe Sts., Professor of Diseases of 
the Ear, Nose, and Throat and Clinical Otology; J. W. Tucker, M. D., 511 State 
street, Professor of Special Anatomy; A. L. Willard, M. D., 218 State street, 
Professor of Special Pathology; C. E. Starrett, M. S., M. D., 527 State street, 
Professor of Special Opthalmie and Aural Therapeutics, and Professor of Special 
Physiology: *Professor of Refraction, Accommodation and Optics; H. E. Hilder- 
brand, M. D., 426 State street, Professor of Special Opthalmic and Aural Micro- 
scopy; E. Hnntsinger, Room 39, 82 Madison street, Professor of Special Electro 
Therapeutics. 

CHICAGO OPHTHALMIC COLLEGE, 

607 WEST VAN BUREN STREET. 

A clinical school of Ophthalmology, Otology and Laryngology, for graduates 
in medicine. 

Faculty.— President, Professor of Diseases of the Eye and Clinical Ophthal- 
mology, JohnE. Harper, A.M., M.D., 163 State street; Vice-President, Professor 
of Diseases of the Chest and Physical Diagnosis, S. A. McWilliams, A.M., M.D., 
58 State street; Secretary, Professor of Diseases of the Ear and Clinical Otology, 

*Tobe filled. 



Schools and Colleges — Special. 85 



J. Brown Loring, M.D., M.R.C.S.Eng., 678 W. Lake street; Professor of Diseases 
of the Nose and Throat and Clinical Rhinology and Laryngology, Geo. P. Haw- 
ley, M.D., 125 State street; Professor of Diseases of the Nervous System, Oscar 
A. King, M.D., 70 Monroe street; Professor of Therapeutics, C. C. P. Silva, 
M.D., 98 Ogden avenue; Professor of Clinical Laryngology and Rhinology, F. E. 
Waxharn, M.D., 70 Monroe street ; Professor of Histology and Pathological 
Anatomy, A. J. C. Saunier, M.D. ; Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology, H. M. 
Martin, M.D. 

The college has also established a department for Opticians. 



WOMAN'S SCHOOL OF OPTICS AND OPHTHALMOLOGY. 

A post graduate course for women. Rooms 208 and 209, 70 State St., Chicago 
Dr. Fannie Dickinson, President. 



CHICAGO SCHOOL OF DERMATOLOGY. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois, 1887. For special clinical 
nstruction to graduates of medicine, in skin, genito-urinary, renal and rectal dis- 
eases, 605 W. Van Buren street, Chicago. 

Faculty. — Professor of Dermatology and Genito-Urinary Surgery, Henry J. 
Reynolds President; Professor of Renal and Venereal Diseases, Arthur R. 
Reynolds, Secretary; Professor of Anatomy and Diseases of the Rectum, Chas. 
V. Bogue; Professor of Therapeutics, C. C. P. Silva; Professor of Physiology, 
Histology and Microscopy, John A Benson. 

The course begins the first Tuesday in each month, and continues daily, ex- 
cept Sundays, for four weeks. 



THE CHICAGO POLICLINIC. 

A clinical school for practitioners of medicine. Corner Chicago and LaSalle 
avenues. 

Officers 1888-89.— Truman W. Miller, M. D., Pres.; Daniel J. Avery, Esq., 
Vice-Pres., William T. Belfield, M. D., Sec. ; John H. Chew, M. D., Treas. ; A. E. 
Hoadley, M. D. 



SOCIETIES. 



INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CONGRESS. 

The tenth session of the International Medical Congress will be held in the 
city of Berlin in the year 1890. The officers are not elected until the assembling of 
the Congress, hence cannot be named at this time. 



THE BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 

will hold its annual session in the city of Glasgow, Scotland, on the 8th day of 
August of the present year. Drs. N. S. Davis, S. J. Jones, A. E. Hoadley, D. A. 
K. Steele and F. E. Waxhani are the Chicago delegates from the American Medi- 
cal Association, and will repreeent that body at the coming session. 



AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Organized in New York May 5th, 1846 under name of National Medical Con- 
vention. Keorganized and present name adopted in Baltimore in 1848. 

Officers for 1888-89.— President, Dr. W. W. Dawson, Cincinnati, Ohio; 1st Vice- 
President, Dr. W. L. Schenck, Topeka, Kane.; 2d Vice-President, Dr. Frank 
Woodbury, Philadelphia; 3d Vice-President, Dr. H. O. Walker, Detroit, Mich. ; 
4th Vice-President, Dr. J. W. Bailey, Atlanta, Ga. ; Permanent Secretary, Wm . 
B. Atkinson, 1400 Pine street, Philadelphia, Pa.; Treasurer, Richard J. Dungli- 
son, lock box 1274, Philadelphia, Pa. ; Librarian, C. H. A. Kleinschmidt, Wash- 
ington, D. C. Next annual meeting Newport May 1889. 



AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF HOMOEOPATHY. 

Meets annually. 

Officers,— Pres., Prof. A.. C. Cowperthwait, M.D., Iowa City, la.; Vice- 
Pres., Prof. N. Schneider, M.D., Cleveland, Ohio; Treas., E. M. Kellogg, 
M.D., New York, N.Y.; General Secretary, Prof. P. Dudley, M.D., Philadelphia, 
Pa.; Provisional Secretary, T. W. Strong, M.D., Ward's Island, N. Y. 

Annual meeting, June 25,1888, at Niagara Falls. Forty-first session and 
forty-fifth anniversary. 



NATIONAL ECLECTIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Organized in Cincinnati, May 25, 1848. Continued in active operations till 
1857. Reorganized at Chicago, September 27, 1870. 

Board of Officers 1888-9.— President, Milton Jay, M.D., Chicago, 111.; Vice- 
Presidents, V. A. Baker, M.D., Mich. ; — — Magrath, M.D., Atlanta, Ga. ; 

Montgomery, M.D., Miss.; Secretary, Alexander Wilder, M.D., 

Newark, N. J.; Treasurer, James Anton, M.D., Lebanon, Ohio. 

The nineteenth annual meeting for the election of officers will be held at 
Nashville, Tenn., June 18th, 1889. 

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Societies — National. 87 



AMERICAN SURGICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Organized 1879. Meets annually the week preceding the meeting of the 
Amer. Med. Ass'n., in Washington. Its founder was Professor Samuel D. Groes. 
Membership limited to 100. Object: The Science and Art of Surgery. It pub- 
lishes a yearly volume of transactions. 

Officers 1888-89.— Pres., D. Hayes Agnew, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.; Vice- 
Prest's., N. Senn, M. D., Milwaukee, Wis., P. S. Dennis, M.D., New York 
City; Recorder, J. Ewing Mears, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.; Council, John S. Bil- 
lings, M.D., U.S.A., Washington, D. C., L. McLane Tiffany, M.D., Baltimore, 
Md., R. A. Kinloch, M. D., Charleston, S. C; Chairman of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements, John S. Billings, M.D., U.S.A., Washington, D. C; Treas., P. S. 
Conner, M.D., Cincinnati, O.; Sec, J. R. Weist, M.D., Richmond, Ind. 



AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION. 

Organized April, 1872. "The members are elected with special reference to 
their acknowledged interest in or devotion to sanitary studies and allied sciences, 
and to the practical application of the same." Meets annually. 

Organization 1888-89.— President, Dr. Charles N. Hewitt, Red Wing, Minn.; 
First Vice-President, Dr. G. B. Thornton, Memphis, Tenn.; Second Vice-Pres- 
ident, Dr. Joseph Holt, New Orleans, La.; Secretary, Dr. Irving A. Watson, 
Concord, N. H.; Treasurer, Dr. J. Berrien, Lindsley, Nashville, Tenn. (Ex-offi- 
cio Members Executive Committee.) 

Executive Committee.— (Elective.) — Prof. George H. Rohe, Baltimore, Md.; 
Hon. D. P. Hadden, Memphis, Tenn. ; Dr. Frederick Montizambert, Quebec, 
Canada; Dr. Henry B. Baker, Lansing, Mich.; Dr. S. H. Durgin, Boston, Mass.; 
Dr. J. N. McGormack, Bowling Green, Ky. The ex-presidents, ex-officio members 
Executive Committee. Dr. Stephen Smith, New York City; Dr. Joseph M. 
Toner, Washington, D. C. ; Dr. Edwin M. Snow, Providence, R. I. ; Dr. John H. 
Rauch, Springfield, 111. ; Prof. James L. Cabell, University of Virginia, Va. ; Dr. 
John S. Billings, U. S. Army; Prof. Robert C. Kedzie, Lansing, Mich.; Dr. Ezra 
M. Hunt, Trenton, N. J. ; Dr. Albert L. Gihon, U. S. Navy; Dr. James E. Reeves> 
Chattanooga, Tenn.; Dr. Henry P. Walcott, Cambridge, Mass.; Dr. George M. 
Sternberg, U. S. Army. 



AMERICAN GYNAECOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

Organized June 3, 1876, in New York, " for the promotion of knowledge in 
all that relates to the Diseases of Women and Obstetrics." Meets annually at such 
places as are determined by vote. President, Robert Battey, Rome, Ga. ; Vice- 
Presidents, A. Reeves Jackson, Chicago, James R. Chadwick, Boston; Secretary, 
Joseph Talbot Johnson, Washington, D. C; Treasurer, M. D. Mann, Buffalo. 
Other members of the Council: James B. Hunter, New York; R. B. Murry, 
Memphis; C. D. Palmer, Cincinnati; F. P. Foster, New York. 



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AMERICAN LARNYGOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Organized in Buffalo, June 3, 1878, " for the promotion of knowledge in all 
that pertains to Diseases of the Upper Air Passages." 

Officers 1888-89.— Pres., Kufus P. Lincoln, M. D., New York; 1st Vice-Pres., 
John N. MacKenzie, M. D., Baltimore; 2d Vice-Pres., Samuel W. Langmaid, 
M. D., Boston; Sec. and Treas., D. Bryson Delavan, M. D., 1 East 33d St., New 
York; Librarian, Thomas R. French, M. D., Brooklyn; Council, Frank Donald- 
son, M. D., Baltimore; J. Solis Cohen, M. D., Philadelphia; Franklin H. Hooper, 
M. D., Boston; E. Carroll Morgan, M. D., Washington. 



AMERICAN OPHTHALMOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

Organized June 7, 1864, "for the advancement of Ophthalmic Science and Art." 
meets annually on the fourth Thursday in July, at such place as maybe appointed 
by vote. 

Officers,— President, Wm. F. Norris, M.D., Philadelphia; Vice-President, 
Hasket Derby, M.D., Boston; Secretary and Treasurer, O. F. Wadsworth, 
M.D., Boston; Corresponding Secretary, J. S. Prout, M.D., Brooklyn. 



AMERICAN OTOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

Organized July 22, 1868. 

Officers— President, Dr. J. S. Prout, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Vice-President, 
Dr. George C. Harlan, Philadelphia, Pa.; Secretary and Treasurer, Dr. J. J. B. 
Yermyne, New Bedford, Mass. ; Committee on Membership, Drs. Gorham Bacon, 
D. B. St. John Roosa, J. Orne Green; Committee on Publications, Drs. J. J. B. 
Yermyne, C. J. Blake and J. Orne Green; Member of Committee on Organiza- 
tion of Congress of Special Societies, Dr. C. R. Agnew; alternate, Dr. W. H. 
Carmalt. 



AMERICAN NEUROLOGICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Officers.— President, J. J. Putnam, M.D., of Boston; Vice-President, Wharton 
Sinkler, M.D., of Philadelphia, and B. Sachs, M.D., of New York; Secretary and 
Treasurer, Graeme M. Hammond, M.D., 58 West 45th St., New York; Councillors, 
(leorge W. Jacoby, M.D., of New York, and Robert T. Edes, M.D., of Washington. 



AMERICAN DERMATOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Officers.— President, I. E. Atkinson, M.D., Baltimore, Md. ; Vice-President) 
P. A. Morrow, M.D., New York, N. Y. ; Secretary and Treasurer, G. A. Tilden, 
Boston, Mass. 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE CURE OF IN- 
EBRIATES. 

Organized in 1870. Meets semi-annually. 

Consists of superLatendants, physicians and officers of inebriate asylums, 
and others interested in the study and treatment of inebriety as a disease, Pub- 
J ishes the Quarterly Journal of Inebriety, edited by the Secretary, 



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Officers. — Pres., Joseph Parrish, Burlington, N. J.; Vice-Pres., Albert Day, 
Boston, Mass. ; 2d Vice-Pres., Louis D. Mason, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Sec. and Treas., 
T. D. Crothers, Hartford Conn.; Executive Com., L. D. Mason, J. E. Turner, 
C. H. Sheppard, and E. D. Mann. 

THE AMERICAN CLIMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

Organized in New York, September 25, 1883, for the study of the influence of 
climate on the respiratory organs. Meets annually. 

Officers.— President, Dr. A. L. boomis, New York; Vice-Presidents, Dr. A. Y. 
P Garnett, Washington, Dr. J. T. Whittaker, Cincinnati; Secretary and Treas- 
urer, Dr. J. B. Walker, Philadelphia, 1617 Green street. Council.— Dr. E.T. 
Bruen, Philadelphia; Dr. F. H. Bosworth, New York; Dr. F. C. Shattuck, Bos- 
ton; Dr. R. G. Curtin, Philadelphia; Dr. A. H. Smith, New York. Next meet- 
ing in Washington in connection with the Congress of special societies, Septem- 
ber 18, 19 and 20, 1888. 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROSCOPISTS. 

Organized 1878, for the promotion of Microscopical Science. 

Officers,— President, David S. Kellicott, Ph.D., Buffalo, N. Y.; Vice- 
Presidents, H. J. Detmers, M. V. D., Columbus, Ohio, and T. B. Stowell, Ph.D., 
Cortland, N. Y. ; Secretary, T. J. Burrill, Ph.D., Champaign, 111.; Treasurer, 
S. M. Mosgrove, M.D., Urbana, Ohio. Members of the Executive Committee 
elected.— R. J. Nunn, M.D., Savannah, Ga. ; C. C. Mellor, Pittsburgh, Pa. ; H. D. 
Kendall, M.D., Grand Rapids, Mich. Ex-officio members.— R. H. Ward, M.D., 
Troy, N. Y. ; H. L. Smith, LL. D., Geneva, N. Y ; J. D. Hyatt, Morrisania, N.Y. ; 
Geo. E. Blackham, M.D., Dunkirk, N. Y. ; Albert McCalla, Ph.D., Lake View, 
111.: Jacob D. Cox, LL.D., Cincinnati, Ohio; T. J. Burrill, Ph.D., Champaign, 
111.; W. A. Rogers, Waterville, Maine. 



AMERICAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 

Organized August 1869, at Saratoga. " The object of this Association shall be 
to cultivate the science and art of Dentistry, and all its collateral branches; to ele- 
vate and sustain the professional character of Dentists, to promote among them 
mutual improvement, social intercourse and good feeling, and collectively to rep- 
resent and have cognizance of the common interests of the Dental Profession." 

Officers, 1888-89.— Pres., W. K. Barrett, Buffalo, N. Y.; Vice-Pres., S. C. 
Ingersoll, Keokuk, Iowa; Rec. Sec, G. H. Cushing, Chicago; Cor. Sec, A. W. 
Harlan, Chicago; Treas., G. W. Keely, Oxford. 



AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION. 

ORGANIZED OCTOBER 7, 1852. 

Officers of the Association. — President, John U. Lloyd, Cincinnati, O. ; 
First Vice-President, Maurice W. Alexander, St. Louis, Mo. ; Second Vice-Presi- 
dent, Alexander K. Finlay, New Orleans, La.; Third Vice-President, Karl Sim- 
mon, St. Paul, Minn ; Treasurer, Samuel A. D. Sheppard, Boston, Mass. ; Per- 
manent Secretary, John M. Maisch, Philadelphia, Pa. ; Local Secretary, James 
Vernor, Detroit, M*"'b.; Reporter on Progress of Pharmacy, C. Lewis Diehl, 
Louisville, Ky 



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The next meeting will be held at Detroit, Mich., September 3 to 7, 1888. 

Standing Committees. Committee on Commercial Interests. — Chairman, 
Albert H. Hollister, Madison, Wis.; Secretary, Jos. VV. Colcord, Lynn, Mass.; 
Edward A. Sayre, Newark, N. J.'; William H. Rogers, Middletown, N. Y. ; Alex- 
ander K. Finlay, New Orleans, La. Committee on Scientiflc Papers. — Chairman, 
T. Roberts Baker, Richmond, Va. ; Secretary, A. B. Lyons, Detroit, Mich. ; James 
M. Good, St. Louis, Mo. Committee on Prize Essays (Appointed by the Chairman 
of the section on Scientific Papers). — Chairman, George F. H. Markoe, Boston, 
Mass.; William W. Bartlet, Boston, Mass. ; Leo Eliel, South Bend, Ind. Com- 
mittee on Pharmaceutical Education.— Chairman, John F. Judge, Cincinnati, O.; 
Secretary, H. M. Whelpley, St. Louis, Mo.; P. W. Bedford, New York, N. Y. 
—Committee on Pharmaceutical Legislation.— Chairman, Randolph F. Bryant, 
Lincoln, Kan.; Secretary, W. P. DeForest, Brooklyn, N. Y.; John M. Maisch, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Committee on the Revision of the U. S. Pharmacopoeia (Ap- 
pointed by the President of the Association). Chairman, Albert E. Ebert, Chicago, 
111.; Albert B. Lyons, Detroit, Mich.; Alfred B. Huested, Albany, N. Y.; 
Alexander K. Finlay, New Orleans, La. ; John H. Dawson, San Francisco, Cal. 

Special Committees of the Association. Committee on Arrangements. — 
Chairman, James Vernor, Detroit Mich.; Theodore Ronnefeld, Detroit, Mich. ; 
David O. Haynes, Detroit, Mich.; Frank Inglis, Detroit, Mich.; Thomas J. Mac- 
Mahan, New York. Committee on Management. — Chairman, Joseph P. Reming- 
ton, Philadelphia, Pa ; William S. Thompson, Washington, D. C. ; Maurice W. 
Alexander, St. Louis, Mo. ; Thomas J. Macmahan, New York, N. Y. ; Samuel A. 
D. Sheppard, Boston, Mass. 

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

Officers — President, Dudley Reynolds, Louisville, Ky. ; Vice-President, 
A. Dunlap, Ohio; Vice-President, Dan. A. Thompson, Indiana; Vice-Presi- 
dent, J. C. Fairbrother, Illinois; Vice-President, A. R. Jenkins, Kentucky; Vice- 
President, Y. H. Bond, Missouri; Treasurer, A. II. Ohmann-Dumesnill, St. Louis, 
Mo.; Permanent Secretary, J. L. Gray, Chicago, 111. 

Next annual meeting to be held at St. Louis, second Tuesday in September, 



ILLINOIS STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

Organized 1850. Meets annually. 

Officers 1888-89.— President, Chas. W. Earle, Chicago; 1st Vice-President, 
Philip H. Oyler, Mt. Pulaski; Secretary, D. W. Graham, Chicago; Assistant 
Secretary, T. M. Cullimore, Jacksonville; Treasurer, Thos. M. Mclllvaine, Peoria. 

Next meeting third Tuesday in May, 18S9, at Jacksonville. 



ILLINOIS STATE HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICAL ASSOCIA- 
TION. 

Officers 1888-89.— Pres., Dr. Charles Gatchell, of Chicago; 1st Vice-Pres., Dr. 
F. W. Gordon, of Sterling; 2d Vice-Pres., Dr. W. A. Smith, of Winona; 3d 
Vice-Pres., Mrs. Dr. E. H. Stansberry, of Chicago; Treas., Dr. A. A.Whipple, 
of < ; Juincy ; Secretary, Dr. A. B. Spaech, of Englewood. Board of Censors— Dr. L. 
Pratt of Wheaton, Dr. J. W. Coyner of Peoria, Dr. W. J. Hawkes of Chicago, 
Dr. C. A. Weirick of Marseilles, ano] Dr. J. S. Mitchell of Chicago. 



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Chairmen of Committees or Bureaus for the coming year.— Materia Medica, 
Dr. F. W. Gordon, of Sterling; Medical Legislation, Jurisprudence, and Educa- 
tion, Dr. J. A. Vincent, of Springfield, 111.; Ophthalmology and Otology, Dr. C. 
H. Vilas, of Chicago; Clinical Medicine, Dr. J. B. Dunham, of Winona; Surgery, 
Dr. W. P. Knoll, of Chicago; Diseases of Children, Dr. M. J. Hill, of Sterling; 
Sanitary Science and Hygiene, Dr. C. W. Harback, of Lockport; Pharmacy, Dr. 
James E. Gross, of Chicago; Medical Literature, Dr. Charles Gatchell, of Chi- 
cago; Necrology, Dr. T. S. Hoyne, of Chicago. 



ILLINOIS STATE ECLECTIC MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

Organized in 18H9. Officers for 1888-89.— President, R. P. Bennett, M. D., 
Litchfield; 1st Vice-President, F. P. Antle, M. D., Petersburg: 2d Vice-President, 
C.V. Massey, M.D., Athens; Rec. Secretary, W. E. Kinnett, M. D., Yorkville; 
Cor. Secretary, G. R. Shaffer, M. D., Morton; Treasurer, C. A. Doss, M. D., Pitts- 
field. Next meeting at Springfield, May 15 and 16, 1889. 



ILLINOIS STATE DENTAL SOCIETY. 
President, Geo. H. Cushing, Chicago: Secretary, Garrett Newkirk, Chicago. 

ILLINOIS PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Organized 1880. Meets annually. The object of this organization shall be 
to promote the interests of pharmacy, by urging the enactment of such laws as 
will be of mutual advantage to pharmacists and the public, by restricting the 
dispensing and sale of medicines to competent parties, to encourage a more 
thorough training of assistants, and, finally, to bring the pharmacists of this 
State into more intimate social relations. 

Officers— President, Henry Smith, Decatur; Vice-Presidents, W. P. Boyd, 
Areola, J. E. Espey, Chicago, C. F. Prickett, Carbondale; Secretary, L. C. 
Hogan, Englewood; Treasurer, C. A. Strathman, El Paso; Executive Commit- 
tee, C. H. Plautz, Chicago, G. H. Sohrbeck, Moline, T. C. Loehr, Carlinville; 
Editor, L. C. Hogan, Englewood; Local Secretary, W. M. Benton, Peoria. 

Next meeting at Peoria, August 16, 188S. 



THE CHICAGO MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

Organized April 5, 1852, as the Cook County Medical Society. In 1858 the 
name was changed to the Chicago Medical Society. Meetings, the first and third 
Mondays of every month, at 8 p. m. The annual meeting, at which election 
of officers and delegates occurs, is the first Monday in April. " Any physician of 
good standing in the profession shall be eligible for membership." 

List of Officers and Standing Committees for the year 188S-89.— Dr. J. H. 
Etheridge, President; Dr. A. E. Hoadley, First Vice-President; Dr. R. D. Mac- 
Arthur, Second Vice-President; Dr. Frank Billings, Secretary; Dr. Frank S. 
Johnson, Treasurer; Dr. J. H. Wilson, Necrologist. 

Committee on Judiciary.— Dr. Wm. E. Quine, term expires April, 1891; Dr. 
E.J. Doering, term expires April, 1890; Dr. A. H. Foster, term expires April, 
1889. 



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Committee on Membership. — Dr. L. H. Montgomery, term expires April, 
1891; Dr. P. E. Waxham, term expires April, 1890; Dr. G. C. Paoli, term expires 
April, 1889. 

. Committee on Library.— Dr. J. Bartlett, term expires April, 1891; Dr. D. W. 
Graham, term expires April 1890; Dr. E. Andrews, term expires April, 1889. 

Committee on Publication. — Dr W. T. Thackeray, term expires April, 1891; 
,Dr. S. H. Stevenson, term expires April, 1890; Dr. J. A. Robison, term expires 
April, 1889. 

CHICAGO ACADEMY OF HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS 
AND SURGEONS. 

Organized in 1868. The " Object shall be the advancement and improvement 
of Homoeopathy, and the collateral branches of medical science." 

Officers 1887-89.— Lemuel C. Grosvenor, Pres. ; F. H. Gardiner, M.D., Vice- 
Pres. ; R. W. Conant, Sec. and Treas. 



CHICAGO ECLECTIC MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SOCIETY. 

Organized 1874. Reorganized, 1878. Regular meetings at the Grand Pacific 
Hotel on the third Wednesday of each month. Annual meeting, third Wednes- 
day in December. 

The objects of this Society are : Association and co-operation for mutual 
benefit, the promotion of professional interests, the communication and devel- 
opment of useful and scientific knowledge, the cultivation of a liberal and fra- 
ternal sentiment and the advancement "of the science and art of medicine. 
" With cbarity for all — with malice toward none." 

Officers, 1888-89.— President. E. F. Buecking; Secretary, Oscar O. Baines; 
Treasurer, H. K. Stratford, 243 State Street. 



WOMEN'S HOMCREOPATHIC MEDICAL SOCIETY OF 
CHICAGO. 

Officers. — President, Lucy Wait, M. D.; Vice-President, Anna Parke; Secre- 
tary, I. L. Green. 

CHICAGO MEDICO LEGAL SOCIETY. 

For the study and advancement of the science of medical jurisprudence. 

The Society meets quarterly on the first Saturday in June, September, De- 
cember and March. 

Officers 1888-89.— President, E. J. Doering, 2406 Prairie avenue; First Vice- 
President, B. Bettman, 18 and 19 Central Music Hall; Second Vice-President, 
Eric Winters; Treasurer, L. L. McArthur; Secretary, Scott Helm. 



CHICAGO MEDICO-HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

Organized April 28, 1874. The objects of this society are, " To discover, pro- 
cure and preserve whatever may relate to the medical history of Chicago and 
vicinity, and the publication of such information as may be, from time to time, 
determined upon. Its work so far has been confined chiefly to the publication of 



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The Annual Medical Register, which is conducted by an editor, with the assist- 
ance of a committee on publication," 

The list of physicians for the Chicago Register is submitted annually to a vote 
of the whole society. Regular meetings are held on the last Tuesdays of April, 
July-, October and January; that of April being the annual meeting. 

The committee on publication nominate candidates for membership at any 
regular or special meeting, and the names are voted on at any subsequent meeting. 
All the officers are elected annually, except the editor, and the president and 
editor are ex-officio members of the committee on publication. 

Officers for 1888-89.— President, Eugene Marguerat: Vice-President, J. Ramsey 
Flood; Secretary and Treasurer, P. S.Hayes; Diarist, Liston II. Montgomery; 
Editor, D. W. Graham. 



CHICAGO PATHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

Meetings second Monday in the month at Park Institute, 90 S. Ashland ave. 
Officers 1888-89.— President, I. N. Danforth: Vice-President, J. I). Skeer: 
Secretary, W. L. Copeland; Treasurer, Jos ph Haven. 



CHICAGO GYNAECOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

Organized October 18, 1878. Chartered June 8, 1880. 
The meetings are held on the third Friday evening of each month. 
Officers, 1888-89.— President, Henry T. Byford; Vice-President, Addison H. 
Foster; Editor, W. W. Jaggard; Secretary and Treasurer, Ed. Warren Sawyer. 



CLINICAL SOCIETY OF HAHNEMANN. 

Organized February 6, 1877. Its object is " Medical co-operation in the high- 
est and best sense of the term, to the end that each of its members may have the 
benefit of the observations, best thoughts, and practical results of its entire mem- 
bership." The meetings are held the first Saturday in each month at the Grand 
Pacific Hotel. The annual meeting is in April. Eligible for membership: Those 
who are graduates, and in good standing, of a recognized college of medicine. 

Officers 1888-89.— President, G. F. Shears; Vice-Presidents, C. E. Laning; 
J. D. Craig, E. Parkhurst; Secretary, Jos. P. Cobb, M.D.; Treasurer, W. M. 
Davison; Phonetic Reporter, J. B. S. King; Board of Censors, H. B. Fellows, 
T. S. Hoyne, W. H. Burt, W. S. Gee; Executive Committee, G. A. Hall, E. M. P. 
Ludlam, A. J. French, W. J. Hawkes. 



CHICAGO SOCIETY OF OPHTHALMOLOGY AND OTOLOGY. 

Organized September 21, 1883. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of 
every month, attheTremont House. Annual meeting will be held second Tuesday 
in October. 

" Members must consist of graduates from reputable schools of medicine, who 
are engaged in the practice of ophthalmology or otology." 

Officers.— President, E. L. Holmes, 112 Clark street; Vice-President, Lyman 
Ware, 125 State Street; Secretary and Treasurer, Boerne Bettman, 18 and 19 Cen- 
tral Music Hall. 



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CHICAGO DENTAL SOCIETY. 

Organized 1864. Reorganized 187S. Meets at Chicago College of Dental 
Surgery, first Tuesday evening of each month, except August and September. 
Officers, 1888-89.— President, James A. Swasey; Secretary, C. N. Johnson. 



ODONTOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

President, Edmond N'oyes; Secretary, P. J. Kester. 



CHICAGO DENTAL CLUB. 

President, A. B. Freeman; Secretary, C. S. Smith. 



ODONTOGRAPHY SOCIETY. 

President, C. E. Bentley; Secretary, Geo. N. West. 



THE SCANDINAVIAN MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

Was organized Oct. 21st, 1887. Its object is to promote friendly feeling 
among its members, to encourage professional zeal and to interchange profes- 
sional experience. Any regular Scandinavian physician in good standing, in 
United States, is eligible for membership. The meetings are held the third 
Wednesday of each month, at Sherman House ; the annual meeting in October. 

Officers 1887-83.— President, S. D. Jacobson; Vice-President, F. A. Hess: 
Secy and Treas., Sven Windrow. 



ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE CHICAGO MEDICAL 
COLLEGE. 

Officers and Committees for the year 1888-89. — President, F. C. Schaefer, Class 
of 1876, Chicago; 1st Vice-President, J. L. Sawyers, Class of 1878, Centerville, la.; 
2d Vice-President, W. D. Storer, Class of 1888, Chicago; Secretary, Horace M. 
Starker, Class of 1878, Chicago; Treasurer, E. W. Andrews, Class of 1881, Chi- 
cago; Necrologist, G. W. Webster, Class of 1882, Chicago. 

Committee on the Correlation of the College and Alumni. — Chairman, 
Horace M. Starkey, Chicago; E. J. Doering, Chicago; H. T. Byford, Chicago; 
Frank Billings, Chicago; George W. Jones, Danville, 111. 

Committee on Permanent Membership Fund. — Chairman, A. H. Burr, Chi- 
cago; Elbert Wing, Chicago; J. L. Gray, Chicago. 

Committee on Library. — Chairman, M. P. Hatfield, Chicago; E. W. Andrews, 
Chicago; N. S. Davis, Jr., Chicago. 
. Committee on Medical Jurisprudence. — Chairman, D. A. Sheffield, Apple 
River, 111.; M. D. Ewell, Chicago; F. C. Schaefer, Chicago; E. W. Andrews, 
Chicago; H. T. Byford, Chicago. 

Committee on Preliminary Education. — Chairman, Professor J. A. Davies, 
Madison, Wis.; N. S.Davis, Jr., Chicago, 111.; C. W. Earle, Chicago, 111.; L. T. 
Potter, Chattanooga, Tenn.; E. J. Doering, Chicago. 

Committee on Fowler Prize. — Chairman, Horace M. Starkey, Chicago; 
Lyman Ware, Chicago; F. C. Schaefer, Chicago. 



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ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF RUSH MEDICAL COLLEGE. 

Officers for the year 1888-9.— President, L. D. Dunn, Moline, 111.; First Vice- 
President, J. R. Washburn, Renssler, Ind.; Second Vice-President, J. J. M. 
Angear, Chicago; Secretary and Treasurer, F. A. Emmons, M.D., Chicago; 
Executive Committee, E. B. Weston, M.D., Chicago ; D. B. Conley, M.D., Chicago ; 
S. Cole, M.D., Chicago; Auditing Committee, A. H. Wimermark, M.D., Chicago; 
F. A. Hess, Chicago. 



ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE COLLEGE OF PHYSI- 
CIANS AND SURGEONS OF CHICAGO. 
Officers for 1888-9.— President, Dr. E. E. Babcock; First Vice-President, Dr. 
J. R. Williams; Second Vice-President, Dr. G. S. Harkness; Third Vice-Presi- 
dent, Dr. W. F. Malone; Fourth Vice-President, Dr. C. B. Wood; Corresponding 
Secretary, Dr. A. L. Wagner; Recording Secretary, Dr. T. A. Davis; Treasurer, 
Dr. R. W. Jones; Historian and Librarian, Dr. L. Hektoen; Executive and Pub- 
lishing Committee, B. L. Merril, C. A. Earle, D. B. Wiley. 



WOMAN'S MEDICAL COLLEGE, ALUMN.E ASSOCIATION. 

OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR 1888 — 9. 

President, Mary E. Bates, Chicago, class 1881; Secretary, Eliza H. Root, 
Chicago, 111., class of 1882 ; Treasurer, Elizabeth Holton, Englewood, 111. ; Necrolo- 
gist, Emma Nichols Wanty, Grand Rapids, Mich. : Auditors. — Fanny Dickinson, 
Chicago, 111., Catherine B. Slater, Aurora, 111.; Committee on Membership, Mary 
E. Bates, Chicago, 111., Isabel R. Copp, North Port, Mich., Lucind Corr, Collin- 
ville, 111.; Executive Committee.— Mary E. Bates, Pres., Eliza H. Root, Sec, 
Elizabeth Holton, Treas., Jennie E. Hayner, Chicago, 111., Marie J. Mergler, 
Chicago, 111., Abbie Mare, Chicago, 111. 



HAHNEMANN COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. 

Officers.— President, Dr. M. H. Parmelee ; Vice-President, Dr. Wm. Davidson ; 
2d Vice-President, Dr. J. H. Thompson; Secretary, Dr. H. V. Halbert; Treasurer, 
Dr. J. P. Cobb; Necrologist, Dr. M. H. Landuth. 



CHICAGO HOMCEOPATHIC MEDICAL COLLEGE ALUMNI 
ASSOCIATION. 

Officers, 1888-89.— President, W. J. Bliem; Vice-President, C. C. Dodge; Sec- 
retary, W. M. Stearns; Treasurer, S. N. Schneider. 

BENNETT COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. 

(List of officers not received in time for insertion.) 



HOSPITALS. 

MERCY HOSPITAL. 

Telephone 8267. 
CORNER OF CALUMET AVENUE AND TWENTY-SIXTH STREET. 

Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy. Founded about 1848-49, by the Sisters of 
Mercy, and was incorporated in 1852 as "Mercy Hospital and Mercy Orpban 
Asylum." 

Medical Staff.— Physicians, N. S.Davis, Sr., N. S. Davis, Jr., J. H. Hollister: 
Consulting, H. A. Johnson and E. O. F. Roler; Surgeons, Edmund Andrews and 
E.Wyllys Andrews; Gynaecologists, E.C. Dudley and F. T.Andrews; Ophthalmol- 
ogist and Aurist, H. M. Starkey; Oral Surgeon, J. S. Marshall; Obstetrician, 
W. W. Jaggard; House Staff, M. Scheuer, B. L. Eiese and W. D. Storer. 

HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL, 

GROVELAND AVENUE, REAR OF COLLEGE BUILDING. 
Telephone 8104. 
Officers.— President, D. S. Smith; Dean, Eeuben Ludlam; Treasurer and 
Bus. Manager, T. S. Hoyne; E6gister, E. S. Barley; Superintendent, G. F. Shears. 
Medical Staff.— Diseases of Women, E. Ludlam, M.D.; Surgery, Frof. G. A. 
Hall, M.D.; Surgery, G. F. Shears, M.D.; Nervous Diseases, H. B. Fellows: 
Skin and Venerial Diseases, T. S. Hoyne; Diseases of Women, E. S.Bailey: 
Eye and Ear, C. H. Vilas; Eye and Ear, Dr. Joseph Watry; General Medicine, 
W. J. Hawkes; Physical Diagnosis, B. J.Arnulphy; General Medicine, Charles 
E. Laning; Obstetrics, S. Leavitt; House Surgery, H. R. Chislett; House 
Physician, V. W. Stiles. 

ST. LUKE'S FREE HOSPITAL. 

NO. 1434 INDIANA AVE. 

(Tel. 843S.) This noted institution of the city originated with a few benevo- 
lent ladies daring the civil war, in an effort to care for the sick prisoners and 
soldiers at Camp Douglass. In 1864 it was started as a free hospital for the sick 
poor, and has reached its present eminence and'prosperity after many trials and 
removals. 

It is under Episcopalian control and management, but no distinction is made 
in admission on account of sect, sex or nationality. 

Medical Board.— Attending Surgeons, John E. Owens, M.D., L. L. McArthur, 
M.D.; Attending Physicians, I. N. Danforth, M.D., James H. Etheridge, M.D. ; 
Attending Obstetricians, G. M. Chamberlin, M.D., De Laskie Miller, M.D. ; Gyne- 
cologists, E. C. Dudley, H. T. Byford; Attending Oculists and Aurists, Samuel J. 
Jones, M.D. , and R. TilleyM. D.; Pathologists, Frank Johnson, M.D. Frank 
Cary, M.D.; Dental Surgeons, W. W. Allport, M.D., D.D.S., and John S. Mar- 
shall M.D. 

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Dispensary Staff.— Attending Physician, Dr. L. B. Hayman; Attending 
Surgeons, Robert Tilley, M.D. ; S. J. Jones, M.D.; Attending Gynecologists, 
Frank Cary, M.D., and J. C. Hoag, M. D.; Attending Surgeons, H. H. Frothing- 

ham; Lewis L. McArthur, M.D. ; Internes, T. B. Schwartz, M.D., Schwant, 

M.D., L. L. Gregory, M.D. 



THE CHICAGO HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN. 

"WEST ADAMS, CORNER OF PAULINA ST. 

Founded in 1865. A commodious building has been recently erected. There 
are now fifty ward beds. 

The following staff are in attendance :— Gynaecology and Gynecological Sur- 
gery, Prof . Mary H. Thompson; General Diseases, Prof. Sarah H.Stevenson; 
Obstetrics, Prof. Eliza H. Root; Surgery, Dr. Mary A. Miser ; Diseases of Chil- 
dren, Dr. Harriet Heyl Cary; Pathology, Dr. Annette S. Dobbin. 



ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL. 

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360 GARFIELD AVE., CORNER BURLING ST., CHICAGO. 
Telephone 3543. 

St. Joseph's Hospital was established in 1869, by the Sisters of Charity. It ie 
situated in the northern section of the city, within one-fourth mile of Lake- 
Michigan and Lincoln Park, and is of easy access by four lines of street cars. The- 
location is in the highest and dryest portion of the city, and from its proximity 
to the Lake and Park, is one of the healthiest and pleasantest in the west. Both 
males and females are received. Physicians whose names are not on the Staff, 
have the privilege of attending patients occupying private rooms. Patients are 
received for the treatment in General and Orthopedic Surgery, Nervous and 
Mental Diseases, the Diseases of Women, Lying in Cases, and in Medicine 
generally. Many poor patients are annually treated free of charge. 

Medical Staff. — Surgeon in Charge, Prof. Charles T. Parkes, residence 51 
Lincoln avenue ; Physician in Charge, Prof . F. L. Wadsworth, M.D. , residence 
31 Dearborn avenue; Mental and Nervous Diseases, Prof. Dan R. Brower, M.D., 
residence 571 West Adams street; Diseases of Throat and Nose, Prof. E. F. In- 
gals, M.D., residence 637 West Adams street; Obstetrician and Diseases of Chil- 
dren and House Physician, Dr. Geo. W. Reynolds, residence 282 Bissell street; 
Diseases of Eye and Ear, Dr. Robert Tilley, residence Matteson House; Diseases 
of Genito Urinary Organs, Dr. E. W. Whitney, residence 289 West 12th street; 
House Surgeon, Dr. C. W. Johnson, residence 112 Chicago avenue; Consulting 
Surgeons, Prof. W. Godfrey Dyas, M.D., residence 107 Clark street, Prof. R. G. 
Bogue, residence 5 Washington Place; Consulting Physician, Prof. J.Adams 
Allen, M.D., residence Woodruff Hotel; Visiting Surgeon, Dr. C. F. Korsell. 

Out Patient Department.— This provides for the treatment of all persons 
presenting themselves at the Hospital office, and includes the same wide range 
of treatment as the Hospital proper. Free to those without means. 



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WOMAN'S HOSPITAL. 

Telephone 8353. 
CORNER OF RHODES AVENUE AND THIRTY-SECOND STREET. 

Was founded in 1870 as the "Woman's Hospital of the State of Illinois," by 
Dr. A. Reeves Jackson, especially devoted to the treatment of diseases and acci- 
dents peculiar to woman; the clinical instructions of students in medicine, and 
the practical training of nurses. 

Officers. — President, Mrs. A. H. Barber; Vice-President, Mrs. L. H. Bisbee,. 
Secretary, Mrs. T. Burnham; Treasurer, Mrs. J. A. Perkins; Medical Staff, W. H 
Byford, H. P. Merriman, Daniel T. Nelson, A. Davenport Piercy, Marie J. Mergler ; 
Henry T. Byford ; Resident Physicians, Roda M.Galloway, Louisa Sedgwick; 
Consulting Physicians, H. A. Johnson, De Laskie Miller, Daniel R. Brower, 
Sarah Hackett Stevenson; Superintendent Training School, Frances Cantrell. 



THE HOSPITAL OF THE ALEXIAN BROTHERS. 

569 N. MARKET STREET, 

Represents the first establishment of the order in America. After the fire 
of 1871 the spacious building now occupied was erected at a cost of $45,000. 
Only men are admitted, but there is a free dispensary in connection which is 
open to the sick and needy of both sexes. There is no discrimination as to creed 
or nationality. Many patients are sent in by the city, but the expenses, wbich 
amount to about $18,000 per annum, are met wholly by subscriptions solicited by 
two of the Brothers. 

Medical Staff.— Consulting Physician, Ernst Schmidt; Attending Physicians, 
Rvid. Seiffert, M. Mannheimer; Attending Surgeon, A. J. Baxter; Nervous and 
Mental Diseases, S. V. Clevenger; Ophthalmic Surgeon, F. C. Hotz; Pathologist, 
Chas. S. Bacon; Residence Physician, J. W. Oswald. 



THE CENTRAL HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL AND FREE 
DISPENSARY. 

Telephone 7291. 

Organized in 1876, and is located in the Homctopathic Medical College build- 
ing, on the corner of Wood and York streets. It furnishes medicines and 
surgical assistance free to the poor, and attends obstetric cases gratis. 

Hospital and Dispensary Staff. — Superintendent, C. M. Beebe, M.D. ; Medical 
Department, J. S. Mitchell, J. R. Kippax, N. B. Delamater, A. W. Woodward, R. 
N. Tooker; Surgical Department, A. G. Beebe, E. H. Pratt, W. F. Knoll; Eye 
and Ear Department, J. H. Buffum, W. M. Stearns; Gynecological Department, 
J. W. Streeter, C. M. Beebe; Obstetrical Department, R. N. Foster; Dental De- 
partment, F. H. Gardiner. 

House Staff. — House Physician, D. A. Foote; 1st Assistant, C. Frazer, M.D.; 
2d Assistant, Joseph Low, M.D. 

The college clinics are held regularly throughout the year as follows: Mon- 
day, 11:30 a. m., Medical, Prof. J. S. Mitchell; Tuesday, 10:30 a. m., Surgical and 
Venereal, Prof. E. H.Pratt; Tuesday, 3 p. m., Gncecological (sub-clinic), Prof. 
J. W. Streeter, C. M. Beebe, M.D. ; Wednesday, 2 p. m., Eye and Ear, Prof. J. H. 



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Buffum, Dr. W. M. Stearns; Wednesday, 3 p. m., Neurological, Prof. N. B. Dela- 
mater, E. W. Keith, M.D.; Thursday, 11a.m., Medical and Skin, Prof. J. R. 
Kippax, Prof. A. W. Woodward, Dr. M. J. Bliem; Friday, 3 p. m., Gynaecological, 
Prof. J. W. Streeter, C. M. Beebe, M.D. ; Saturday, 10:30 a. m., Surgical, Prof. A. 
G. Beebe, Dr. W. F. Knoll; Saturday, 11 :30 a. m., Children's, Prof. R. N. Tooker. 



PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL. 

(Telephone 7189.) 

Corner Wood and West Harrison streets. 

Officers 1888-89.— Daniel K. Pearson, Pres. ; W. A. Douglas, Rec. Sec. ; John 
S. Gould, Vice-Pres. ; J. A. Robison, Asst. Rec. Sec ; Geo. W. Hale, Treas. 

Medical Board.— Joseph P. Ross, M. D., President; J. A. Robison, M. D., 
Secretary. Consulting Physicians— J. Adams Allen, M. D., Charles Oilman 
Smith, M. D. Consulting Surgeons— R. N. Isham, M. D., Roswell G. Bogue, 
M. D. Attending Physicians— Joseph P. Ross, M. D., Norman Bridge, M. D., H. 
M. Lyman, M. D. Attending Surgeons— C. T. Parkes, M. D., D. W. Graham, M. 
D., E. W. Whitney, M. D. Attending Gynaecologists! — James H. Etheridge, M. 
D., H. P. Merriman, M. D., Philip Adolphus, M. D. Attending Physicians for 
Diseases of Children and Accouchers — DeLaskie Miller, M. D., J. Suydam 
Knox, M. D. Attending Dermatologists— J. Nevins Hyde, M. D., R. D.Mac- 
Arthur, M. D. Attending Oculists and Aurists — E. L. Holmes, M. D., Lyman 
Ware, M. D. Attending Physician for Throat Disease— John A. Robison, M. D. 
Medical Superintendent— H. B. Stehman, M. D. Curator— French Moore, M. D. 



THE MICHAEL REESE HOSPITAL 

Maintained and managed by the Hebrew Relief Association is located on the 
corner of Twenty-ninth street and Groveland avenue. It was erected from a fund 
provided by the will of the late Michael Reese. There is no test of faith in ad- 
mission, and both male and female patients are received. 

Medical Staff.— Ernst Schmidt, Michael Mannheimer, Henry Banga, Henry 
Gradle, James Nevins Hyde, L. L. McArthur, Frank S. Johnson. Consulting 
Staff. — Edmund Andrews, A. J. Baxter, S. V. Clevenger, H. A. Johnson. House 
Physician, Louis Greensfelder. 



BENNETT HOSPITAL. 

This institution is situated upon the College grounds, adjacent to the College 
building, and connected with it by covered ways. 

Hospital Staff. — Milton Jay, Surgeon; J. B. McFatrich, Ophthalmologist; A. 
L. Clark, Gynaecologist ; H. S. Tucker, Resident Physican. 



AUGUSTANA HOSPITAL AND DEACONESS INSTITUTE, 

Telephone 3022. 

Of the Swedish Ev. Luth. Church, at 151 Lincoln Ave. (tel. 3022), was 
organized in 1882 as a charitable institution. In May, 1884, hospital work was 
begun with the view of forming the nucleus of an establishment to meet the 
needs of the denomination of the Northwest. 



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Board of Trustees.— Rev. Erl. Carlsson, Andover, 111.; Rev. M. C. Ranseen, 
Cor. Huron and May Sts., Chicago, 111.; Rev. C. A. Evald, 218 Sedgwick St., Chi- 
cago, 111.; Rev. L. G. Abrahamson, 2815 Portland Ave., Chicago, 111.; G. A. Boh- 
man, 175 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago, 111.; John Erlander, Rockford, 111.; C. W. 
Smith, Treasurer, 117 Chicago Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Medical Staff. — Surgeon-in-Chief, Truman W. Miller; Attending Physician, 
John H. Chew; Attending Physician, P. M. Woodworth; Matron, Lotta Fried. 



THE MAURICE PORTER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, 

606 FULLERTON AVENUE, CORNER ORCHARD STREET. 

Was founded in 1882, by Mrs. Julia Porter, in memory of her dead son. It 
is dedicated exclusively to the free care and treatment of children between three 
and thirteen years of age. Children suffering from incurable or contagious 
diseases cannot be admitted. Patients will be admitted on application to either 
of the surgeons or to the superintendent at the hospital, and will be received at 
all times without formality. 

Medical Staff.— Surgeons, Truman W. Miller; William T. Belfield; Assistant 
Surgeon, F. D. Porter; Physicians, Charles L. Rutter; Frank Billings; 
Occulist and Aurist, George T. Fiske ; Superintendent, Miss Headline. 



NATIONAL TEMPERANCE HOSPITAL, 

3411 COTTAGE GROVE AVE. 
Telephone 9981. 
Board of Trustees. — President, Mrs. J. B. Hobbs, 343 La Salle avenue, Chi- 
cago; Corresponding Secretary, Dr. Mary Weeks Burnett, 1 Central Music Hall, 
Chicago, 111.; Recording Secretary, Mrs. Mary B. Willard; Treasurer, Mrs. L. H. 
Plumb, Streator, 111. ; Mrs. E. N. Peters, Manistee, Mich., Mrs. J.K.Barney, 
Providence, R. I., Miss Mary Allen West, 161 La Salle street, Chicago . 



EMERGENCY HOSPITAL. 

184 to 192 Superior Street, between La Salle Avenue and Wells Street. Sup- 
ported by voluntary contributions. Receives both free and paying patients. 

Attending Surgeons. — Ralph N. Isham, Christian Fenger; Orderly Surgeon, 
Albert Swan; Matron, Friedericka Berkne. 



HOME FOR INCURABLES. 

Incorporated May 26, 1880. Corner Fullerton and Racine Aves., was opened 
for the reception of patients, January, 1881. The building, a two-story brick, was 
formerly a private residence ; it stands on a lot of two acres. The institution 
provides a home for all classes of incurable patients, except the insane and those 
suffering from the acute and infectious stages of contagious diseases, such home 
supplying medical and surgical aid to its inmates. 

Medical Staff.— A. H. Cooke, A. P. Gilmore, H. C. Hutchinson, W. H. Byford, 
De Laskie Miller, Chas. T. Parkes, R. D. Mac Arthur, J. Mason Cooke, J. H. 
Wilson, J. King Winer, W. H. Weaver, Wm. Goodsmith; Matron, Mrs. C. S. 
Barlow. 



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THE CHICAGO SANITARIUM. 

Located on Ashland avenue, has been instituted during the past year for the 
cure and treatment of mental and nervous diseases. Its central location in the 
heart of the city, renders it particularly desirable. The accommodations at the 
Sanitarium are everything that could be wished, the attendants are nurses edu- 
cated especially in the care of diseases of the character to which the institution 
is devoted, and the Medical Staff is composed entirely of physicians who have 
made the treatment of nervous diseases a life study. J. L. Gray M.D., Physician 
in charge. 

LAKESIDE HOSPITAL. 

3545 Vincennes Avenue, for the treatment of rectal diseases, exclusively. It 
has been specially fitted up for that purpose, and has an efficient corps of nurses 
and attendants, under the immediate supervision of E. H. Dorland, M.D., Physi- 
cian in charge. Superintendent, Edwin Purlier; Matron, Mrs. E. Purlier. 



CHICAGO GYNAECOLOGICAL INSTITUTE, 

for the Treatment of the Medical and Surgical Diseases of Women, No. 5306 
Jefferson avenue, Hyde Park. Under the management of Dr. Lucy Waite and 
Dr. Clara W. Peaslee. 

SOUTH SIDE FREE DISPENSARY, 

26TH ST. AND PRAIRIE AVE., CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLEGE BUILDING. 

President, J. R. Kewley; Vice-President, W. E. Casselberry; Secretary, D. 
H. Williams. 

Staff.— W. W. Haggard. W. E. Casselberry. E. W. Andrews, M. P. Hatfield, 
H. M. Starkey, W. E. Morgan, G. S. Isham, R. E. Starkweather, E. C. Helm, P. 
S. Hayes, D. H. Williams, F. M. Wilder, J. R. Kewley, F. H. Martin, R. H. Bab- 
cock, C. H. Lodor, Lester Curtis, Chas. Caldwell, J. H. Besharian, J. C. Cook, R. 
Randolph, J. L. Gray, A. R. Small, A. G. Paine and C. A. Foulks. 



WEST SIDE FREE DISPENSARY, 

315 Honore street, cor of Harrison, was established and incorporated September 
9, 1881, as a clinical annex of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, and for 
the gratuitous treatment of the deserving poor. The dispensary is located on the 
first floor of the college. 

Medical and Surgical Staff.— President and Chief of Medical Department, S. A. 
McWilliams; Chief of Surgical Department, H. Palmer; Chief of Gynecological 
Department, A. Reeves Jackson; Chief of Children's Department, Henry P. 
Newman; Chief of Eye Department, John E.Harper; Chief of Dental Depart- 
ment, A. W.Harlan; Chief of Neurological Department, Oscar A. King; Chief 
of Laryngological Department, Frank E. Waxham; Chief of Dermatological 
Department, Henry J. Reynolds. 

Attending Physicians and Surgeons.— In the Medical Department, Drs. A. R. 
Reynolds, J. M. Patton, Andrew Stewart, Ira Munzer, B. A. Brigham andR. W. 
Jones; in the Surgical Department, Drs. Thos. A. Davis and Weller Van Hook; 
in the Gynaecological Department, Drs. H. P. Newman, Frank B. Earle, W. C. 



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Caldwell and A. J. C. Saunier; in the Children's Department, Dr. S. S. Bishop; 
in the Eye and Ear Department, Drs. J. B. Loring and H. M. Martin; in the De- 
partment for Nervous Diseases, Dr. John Fisher ; in the Department for Genito- 
urinary Diseases, Drs. G. Frank Lydston ' and H . J. Reynolds ; in the Depart- 
ment for Diseases of the Nose and Throat, Dr. Geo. A. Thomson; in the Depart- 
ment for Diseases of the Skin, Dr. Henry J. Reynolds. 



CENTRAL FREE DISPENSARY. 

CORNER WOOD AND HARRISON STREETS. 
(Telephone 7147.) 
Medical Staff. Consulting Physicians and Surgeons.— R. C. Bogue, M. D., 
W. H. Byford, M. D., E. L. Holmes, M. D., H. M. Lyman, M. D., J. P. Ross, M. 

D. Attending Physicians and Surgeons.— Philip Adolphus, M. D., Wm. T. Bel- 
field, M. D., Norman Bridge, M. D., T.W. Brophy, M. D., S. N. Chapin, M. D., 

B. Dorr Colby, M. D., E. J. Colburn, M. D., A. C. Cotton, M. D., Jas. H. Ether- 
idge, M.D., D.W.Graham, M. D., J.E. Heguembourg, M. D., Alfred Hinde, M.D., 
F. A. Hodson, M. D., J. W. Hutchins, M. D., E. Fletcher Ingals, M. D., A. 

E. Kauffman, M. D., R. D. MacArthur, M. D., Wm. J. Maynard, M. D., C. H. 
McGorray, M. D., W. T. Montgomery, M. D., W. H. Morgan, M. D., Daniel T. 
Nelson, M.D., John A. Robison, M. D., T. J. Shaw, M. D., W. A. Synon, M. D., 
H. M. Thomas M.D., A. E. Rhodes, M.D., E. J. Whitney, M. D. Visiting. Phy- 
sicians.— F. H. Booth, M. D., C. E. Greenfield, M.D., Wm. B. Marcussan, M.D., 

C. H. McGorray, M. D., J. J. Tuthill, M. D. House Physician.— T. J. Dewey. 
Apothecary.— J. W. Ross. Superintendent.— Philip Adolphus, M. D. 

Board of Directors. — President, Richard T. Crane, Esq. ; Vice-President, John 
H. Williams; Secretary, Ephraim Ingals, M. D.; Treasurer, Joseph P.Ross, 
M. D.; Philip Adolphus, M. D., Jacob. Beidler, Esq., Albert M. Billings, Esq., 
David Bradley, Esq., Norman Bridge, M. D., Elias Colbert, Esq., Chas. E. Culver, 
Esq., J. W. Farlin, Esq., L. R. Hall, Esq , E. L. Holmes, M. D., Jas. M. Horton, 
Esq., John W. Hutchins, M. D., John A. King, Esq., Geo. Mason, Esq., Henry R 
Symonds.Esq., Hugh Templeton, Esq. 



BENNETT FREE DISPENSARY. 

At Bennett Medical College. 

Clinics are held daily from 1 to 3 p. m., during the entire year. During the 
past year 3,500 cases were registered. 

Scheme of Hospital and Dispensary Clinics. — Mondays, 1 to 3 p. at., H. G. 
Tucker, Venereal and Skin Diseases; Tuesdays, 1 to 3 p.m., S. D. Batcheldor, 
General Diseases; Wednesdays, 1 to 3 p. St., Clark, Diseases of Women, with 
operations ; Thursdays, 1 to 3 p. m., McFatrick, Diseases of the Eye and Ear, with 
operations; Fridays, 1 to 3 p. m., Whitford, General Diseases; Saturday after- 
noons, Jay, General Surgical Diseases, with operatons. 



LINCOLN STREET DISPENSARY. 

335 LINCOLN STREET. 
Dispensary Staff.— Mondays and Thursdays, Ellen H. Heise; Tuesdays and 
Fridays, Elizabeth H. Trout; Wednesdays and Saturdays, Marie J. Mergler. 



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NORTH STAR DISPENSARY. 

At Emergency Hospital, 192 Superior street, between La Salle avenue and 
Wells street. Open for treatment of the sick of the deserving poor from 8 to 9 
a. m., daily, except Sundays. 

Medical Staff. — Surgeon, George H. Isham, attends Mondays, Wednesdays 
and Fridays Physician, J. M. Hall, attends Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; 
Oculist and Aurist, C. H. Beard, attends Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 



ARMOUR MISSION DISPENSARY, 

SOUTHEAST CORNER OP THIRTY-THIRD AND BUTTERFIELD STREETS. 
H. Martyn Scudder, Physician in Charge. 



CHICAGO SPECTACLE CLINIC. 

gives from 9 to 10 A. M., free of charge, a professional examination of the eye 
to those persons who cannot afford to pay for examination and glasses. Glas- 
ses given free of charge only on written order of the Chicago Charity Organiza- 
tion. 

Rooms 208 and 309 Bay State Building, 70 State Street, Chicago. Dr. Fannie 
Dickinson, Surgeon in charge. 



THE CHICAGO OPHTHALMIC COLLEGE DISPENSARY, 

607 W. VAN BUREN ST., RET. MARSHFIELD AY. AND PAULINA ST. 
Diseases of the eye, ear, nose, and throat treated daily, Sundays excepted, 
from 4 to 6 p. m. Eyes carefully tested for glasses. 





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CHICAGO PHYSICIANS. 



Abbott, Geo. B. (R) Chi. Med., 1878; office, 163 State, 12 to 4; tel. 

2480; res. 119 Madison, 10 to 12; tel. 1339. 
Abel, John F. (R) Chi. Med. 1879; 3800 Dearborn, till 9, 1 to 3, 

and nights. 
Adams, Carlos J. (R) Univ. Mich., 1868; office, 253 W. Madison, 2 

to 4; res 856 W. Monroe; tel. 7227. 
Adams, Charles (H) Hahnemann, 1872; 205 28th St., 8 to 9, 1 to 3; 

tel. 8151. 
Adolphus, Philip (R) Univ. Md., 1858; office, 737 W. Madison, 2 to 

3, 7 to 8; res. 636 J^ Washington boul., till 9; 

tel. 7056. Clinical Adjunct to Chair of 

Gynecology, Rush Med. Col.; Gynecologist 

Presbyterian Hospital; Med. Supt. Central Free 

Dispensary. 
Akely, E. Seaman (E) Eclec. Med. Inst., Cincinnati, 1870; 199 W. 

Randolph, 9 to 11, 2 to 5; Sun. 8 to 10. 
Akins, William T.(R) Med. Col., Fort Wayne, 1878; office, 362 

Wabash ave., 9 to 12, 2 to 5, 7 to 8; tel. 22; res. 

2353 Michigan ave. 
Alderson, John J.(R) Chi. Med., 1885; office and res., 289 W. 12th, 

till 9, 1 to 3, nights; tel. 4378. 
Alex, A. C. (R) Rush, 1883; office and res. 2910 Archer ave., 

7 to 9, 3 to 8; tel. 8630. 
Alexander, Harriet C. B., (R) Univ. of Mich , 1883; office, 21 Central 

Music Hall, 10 to 12; tel. 2642; res. Glencoe. 
Allen, J. Adams (R) Castleton, 1846; office, 125 State, 2 to 5; res. 

2001 Michigan ave. Pres. and Prcf. of Prin- 
ciples and Practice of Medicine, Rush Med. 

Col.; Consulting Phys. Presbyterian and St. 

Joseph's Hospitals. 
Allport,WalterW.(R)Rush; office, Argyle building, 10 to 4; tel. 

2570; res. 69 Maple. Dental Surgeon St. Luke's 

Hospital. 
Amet, Charles, (R) Office, 358 Ogden ave.; res. 958 Millard ave. 
Anderson, P. E. Torgney (R) Rush, 1887; office, 128 Oak st., 9 to 

10, 3 to 4, 7 to 8; Sun. 12 to 1; res. Elm St., 

near Market. 
Anderson, Sarah A. (E) Bennett, 1883; 692 W. Adams. 
Andrews, E. Wyllys, Chi. Med., 1881; office, 65 Randolph, 11 to 

12:30; res. 6 E. 16th, 6 to 7; tel. 8242. Prof. 

Clinical Surgery, Chi. Med.; Surgeon, Mercy 

Hospital and South Side Free Dispensary. 

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106 Chicago Physicians. 



Andrews, Edmund (R) Univ. Mich., 1852; office, 65 Randolph, 9:30 
to 10:30; res. 6 16th, 12 to 1, 6 to 7; tel. 8242. 
Treas. and Prof, of Clinical Surgery, Chi. Med. 
Col.; Lecturer Ills. Col. of Pharmacy; Con- 
sulting Phys. Mercy Hospital, Chi.; Hospital 
for Women and Children, and Michael Reese 
Hospital; Surg. Dept. South Side Free Dis- 
pensary. 

Andrews, Frank T. (R) Chi. Med., 1884; office, 65 Randolph, 4 to 6; 
tel. 5556; res. 6 16th; tel. 8242. Prof. His- 
tology Chi. Med. Col.; Gynreologist Mercy 
Hospital. 

Andrews, J. D. (R) Chi. Med., 1878; Surgeon's Office C. & N. W. 
Ry., 56 Kinzie, 8:30 to 9:30, 2:30 to 3:30; tel. 
3106. 

Andrews, Wells, (R) Rush, 1876; office and res., 979 W. Lake, till 
9:30, 12 to 1:30, 6 to 7:30; tel. 7072. 

Angear, J. J M. (R) Rush, 1860; office, 482 Lake, 1 to 3; tel. 7009; 
res. 143 S. Western ave., till 9, 11 to 12, 6 to 7; 
tel. 7059. 

Armstrong, J. B. (R) New Orleans School of Med., 1869 ; office and 
res., 437 W. Madison, 9 to 11, 3 to 6; tel. 4090. 

Arndt, Peter S. (R) Berkshire Med., 1842; office, Central Music 
Hall, 10 to 2; tel. 2642; res. 214 Cass, 6. p. m. 
to S a. m. 

Arnulphy, Bernard S. (H) Faculty of Med., Paris, 1876; office, Cen- 
tral Music Hall, 12 to 2; tel. 2642; res. 344 La- 
Salle ave., 9 to 10, 6 to 7 ; tel. 3027. Prof. 
Physical Diagnosis Hah. Med. Col. 

Atwood, Eugene S. (R) Rush, 1877; office, 113 E. Adams, 12 to 3; 
~ res. 2823 Calumet av., till 8, after 6. 

Avery, S.J. (R) Rush, 1864; office, 25 Ashland block, 2 to 5; 

tel. 2453; res. 713 Washington boul., 8 to 9 
a, m., 12 to 1:30; tel. 7128. 

Axford, William L. (R) Univ. Mich., 1881: office, 70 Monroe, 2 to 
6; tel. 5480; res. 52 31st, 11 to 12, 7 to 8; tel. 
8354; Surgeon St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum. 



Babcock, Elmer E. (R) P. & S., 1885; office, 1801 State, 8 to 9, 1 to 
' 3, 7 to 9; tel. 8202; res. 1816 Indiana ave., 9 

to 10, 3 to 4; tel. 8202 (Switch). Lecturer 

Surgical Anatomy at Col. P. & S. 
Babcock, Robert H. (R) Chi. Med., 1878; P. & S., N. Y., 1879; office, 

70 Monroe, 9:30 to 12:30, 3 to 5; tel. 80; res. 

269 E. Erie. Prof. Diseases of Chest, Chi. 

Policlinic; Physician, Throat and Chest Dept. 

S. Side Free Dispensary. 



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Bachelle, G. V. (R) Rush, 1867; office, 322 Blue Island ave.; res. 
18 Gilpin pi. 

Bacon, C. S. (R) Chi. Med., 1884; office and res., Halsted and 

Webster ave., till 8, 12 to 4, 6:30 to 7:30; tel. 
3120. 

Bacon, SaraE. (H) Hahnemann, 1886; office and res. 171 E. 22d, 
8 to 10, 4 to 5:30, 7 to 8; tel. 8165. 

Bailey, E. S. (H) Hahnemann, 1878; 3034 Michigan ave., 8 to 10, 
2 to 4, 7 to 8; tel. 8108. Clinical Diseases of 
Women, Hahnemann Hospital. 

Bain, R. C. (H) Hahnemann, 1887; office and res., 3034 Michi- 

gan ave., 9 to 11:30, 7 to 8. 

Baines, Oscar O. (E) Bennett, 1885; office and res., 657 Sedgwick, 

7 to 9, 12 to 2, 7 to 8; tel. 3109. Demonstrator 
of Anatomy, Bennett Col. 

Baldwin, A. E. (R) Rush, 1878; Chi. Dental Col., 1884; 828 W. 
Adams, 8:30 to 4:30, Wed. 1:30 to 5. Prof. 
Dental Pathology and Therapeutics in Dental 
Dept. N. W. Univ., Central Free Dispensary. 

Ballard, E. A. (H) Hahnemann, 1863; office and res., 97 37th, 

8 to 9, 1 to 3, 6 to 7. 

Ballard, W. Harrison (R) P. & S. 1887; 119 Madison, 8 to 11, 3 to 7; 
tel. 1339. 

Banga, Henry (R) Univ. of Basel, Switzerland, 1875; office, 70 
State, 1 to 3; tel. 1339; office, 313 Sedgwick, 7 
to 8 p. m.; tel. 3247; res. 456 LaSalle ave.; tel. 
3237 

Banks, Jas. N. (R) Nat'l Med. Col. 1842; office, room 13, S. E. 
Cor. Clark and Washington, 10 to 11, 3 to 4; 
res. 2415 Michigan ave. 

Barlow, Louis N. (R) Chi. Med., 1885; office, 2011 Clark, 9 to 10, 3 
to 5, 7 to 8:30; tel. 8081; res. 2335 Wabash ave., 
till 8:30, 12 to 1:30; tel. 8461. Visiting Phy- 
sician, S. Side Dispensary. 

Barnum, Harry L.(H) Chi. Horn., 1883; Chi. Col. D. S., 1885; 628 W. 
Lake, 8 to 5; tel. 7016. 

Barry, William T. (R) Bellevue Hosp., N. Y., 1884; 3229 Vernon av. 

Bartholomew, James K. (R) Univ. Mich., 1887; office, 177 West 
Division, till 10, 1 to 2, 6 to 8; tel. 4573; 
res. cor. Milwaukee and Division. 

Bartlett, John (R) Louisville, 1858; office and res., 480J^ N. Clark, 
11 to 12, 4 to 5; tel. 3063. 

Bartlett, Rufus H. (R) Rush, 1879; office, 89 E. Madison, 1 to 4; 
tel. 7290; res. 116 S. Loomis, till 9, 5 to 7. 

Bassett, Charles F. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1879; office, 3872 Cottage 
Grove ave., 11 to 12, 5 to 6; res. 20 Aldine sq. 

Bassett, E. A. (E) Office, 109 Adams, 9 to 2,5 to 8; res. 3546 In- 
diana ave. 

Bassett, Geo. R. (E) Bennett, 1877; office, 1324 Ogden ave. and 
761 Armitage ave.; res. 923 S. Homan ave. 

Bassett, Susan A. (E) Bennett, 1884; office, 1324 Ogden ave., 9 to 12; 
res. 923 S. Homan ave. 



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Bates, Homer 0. (R) Toronto, 1869; Col. P. & S., Keokuk, 1878; 

office, 527 S. Halsted, 9 to 10, 3 to 4; tel- 

9139; office, 378 Blue Island, 1:30 to 2:30; tel. 

9064; res. 802 S. Halsted, till 9, 11 to 1; tel. 

9084. Prof. Diseases of Children, Chi. Polic- 
linic. 
Bates, J. Harvey (R) Long Island Col., 1874; office, 80 Madison, 

10:30 to 12:30, 2:30 to 4:30; tel. 1453; office, 349 

S. Clark, 9 to 10, 5 to 6, 8 to 9; res. 12 E. 16th. 
Bates, Mary E. (R) Woman's Med. Col., 1881; office, 26 Central 

Music Hall, 2 to 3, except Wed.; tel. 5558; 

res. 527 W. Van Buren, 6 to 7, till 9 a. m.; 

tel. 7058. Prof. Anatomy, Woman's Med. Col.; 

Phys. Disp. and Hosp. for Women and Chil- 
dren. 
Bausman, A. B. (R) Rush, 1882; 115 W. Madison; 9 to 10, 1 to 3, 

6:30 to 8, evenings; tel. 4753. 
Baxter, Andrew J. (R) Ohio Med. Col., 1860; office, 65 Randolph, 

10:30 to 12, 3 to 5; tel. 5558; res. 334 W. 

Monroe, 1 to 2, 7 to 8; tel. 4521. Surg. 

Alexian Hosp., Cook Co. Hosp., Consulting 

Surg. Michael Rees Hosp. 
Beach, George L. (H) Office, 103 Washington; res. 583 W. Harrison. 
Beaman, Charles P. (H) N. Y. Horn., 1882; office, 163 State, 10 to 12, 

1 to 4; tel. 2505; res. 54 Rush. 
Beard, Charles H. (R) Univ. of Louisville, 1877; 70 Monroe, 9 to 1, 5 

to 6. Asst. Surgeon, 111. Charitable E. & E. 

Infirmary; Oculist and Aurist, N. Star Disp. 
Bedell, Leila G. (H) Boston Univ., 1878; office and res., 181 Dear- 
born ave., 9 to 1, 6 to 7; tel. 3102. 
Bedford, J. R. (R) Rush, 1881; office, 168 S. Halsted, 9 to 12, 3 to 

6; tel. 4068; res. 424 W. Madison, till 8, 1 to 2, 

after 9; tel. 4090. 
Bedford, L. (H) Philadelphia Homeo. Col., 1865; office and res., 

3711 Ellis ave., 8 to 10, 4 to.6. 
Beebe, Albert G.(H) Hahnemann, 1869; Bellevue,1870; office and res., 

552 W. Monroe, 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6:30 to 7:30; tel. 

7211. Prof. Operative Surgery, Chi. Homeo. 

Med. Col.; Surg. Cent. Homeo. Hosp. and 

Disp. 
Beebe, Curtis M. (H) Chic. Homeo Med. Col.. 1883; office and res. 

23 S. Ashland ave., 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6:30 to 7:30; 

tel. 7015. Prof, of Anatomy, Chic. Homeo. 

Med. Col. 
Beebe, E. O. (H) Hahnemann, 1879; office and res., 139 29th. 
Beery, Charles C. (R) Jefferson, 1879; office, 1801 State, 8 to 10, 1 

to 3:30, 7 to 9; tel. 8202; res. 181 25th, till 

8, 12 to 1, 5 to 7; tel. 8458. 
Behrendt, Alex. (R) Berlin, 1883; office and res., 2505 Archer ave., 

7 to 9, 5 to 7; tel. 8333. 



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Behrens, B. M. (R) Christiania Univ., Norway, 1875; office, 126 
State, 2:30 to 4; office, 116 N. Center ave., 1 to 
2, 6 to 7; res. 88 Park, 9 to 11. 

Bein, William, (R) P. & S., 1887; office and res., 1475 Milwaukee 
ave. 

Belfield, William T. (R) Rush, 1878; office, 612 Opera House bldg., 
11 to 1; tel. 1298; res. 445 N. Clark, till 9:30, 
after 7; tel. 3148. Prof, of Physiology and 
Microscopy, Chic. Col. of Dental Surgery; 
Surgeon, Cook Co. Hospital; Attending Sur- 
geon, Central Free Dispensary. 

Bell, George, (R) Toronto Med. Faculty, 1888; res. 1410 35th, 
till 9, 12 to 2, after 7; office, 4222 Ashland, 3 to 5. 

Bell, Henry (R) Univ. N. Y., 1881; 280 W. Indiana. 

Bell, J. B. (R) Jefferson, 1861; office, 231 W. Madison, 9 to 

10, 1:30 to 3:30, 7 to 9; tel. 4521; res. 21 Center 
ave., 12 to 1, 5 to 6. 

Bell, J. J. (R) Rush, 1886; office, 858 Clybourn; res. 864 Cly- 

bourn ave. 

Bemis, Joseph G. (E) P. & S., N. Y-, 1865; Bennett, 1883; office, 103 
State, 12 to 1; tel. 1339; res. 300 Maple ave., 
Oak Park. - Prof. Obstetrics, Bennett Med. 
Col. 

Benson, John A. (R) P. & S., N. Y., 1880; office and res,, 308 
Chicago ave., till 7:45, 12 to 1:30, 7 to 8; tel. 
3125. Prof. Physiology and Histology, Col. 
P. & S., Chi.; Prof. Physiology, Histology and 
Microscopy, Chic School Dermatology; Surg., 
St. Vincent's Foundling Asylum and Maternity 
Hosp. 

Bergeson, John, (R) Univ. of Iowa, 1888; office and res., 1228 Mil- 
waukee ave., till 9, 12 to 2:30, after 7; tel. 4203. 

Bernard, Chas. C.(H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1882; office and res., 954 N. 
Halsted, till 10, 1 to 2, after 7; tel. 3374. 

Berry,Charles H. (R) Univ. Mich., 1868; office, 103 State, 12 to 5; 
res. 24 Wisconsin; tel. 3201. 

Berry, James G. (R) Rush, 1875; office, 3659 S. Halsted, till 9, 12 to 
2, after 7; tel. 9589; res. 1515 E. 43d St., 3 to 4; 
tel. 9802. 

Bersuch, Friedrich (H) Hahnemann, 1887; 82 Fullerton ave., 9 to 

11, 2 to 4. 

Bert, Ed (R) Univ. Goettingen, Germany, 1864; office, 52 

31st, 2 to 4; tel. 8354; res. 3242 Vernon ave., 
7 to 8; tel. 8004. 

Besharian, John H. (R) Rush, 1882; office and res., 3160 State, 10 to 

12, 3 to 4, after 7; tel. 8330. Physician, South 
Side Disp. 

Bettman, Boerne (R) Miami Med. Col., 1877 ; office, Central Music 
Hall, 9 to 1, 4:30 to 5:30; tel. 2642; res. 3228 
S. Park ave., till 9, 5 to 7; tel. 1071. Asst. Surg., 
Eye Dept. 111. Charitable E. & E. Infirmary. 



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Bidwell, Theodore S. (R) Cleveland, 1863 ; office, 2906 Archer ave., 

10 to 12; tel. 8195; res. 362 W.Jackson, before 

9, after 5; tel. 4516. 
Bigelow, Arthur W. (R) Col. P. & S., Ontario, 1885, Royal Col. of 

Phys., Eng., 1886 ; office and res., 3701 Cottage 

Grove, 8 to 9, 12:30 to 2:30, 6 to 8, night; tel. 

9874. 
Bi°elow, Charles (R) 201 Clark, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. 
Bigelow, Jno. F. (R) Rush, 1882; office, 199 Clark; res., 723 W. 

Jackson. 
Billings, Frank (R) Chi. Med. Col., 1881; office, 235 State, 11 to 2; 

tel. 2349; res. 65 23d, till 9, after 6; tel. 8616. 

Prof. Phys. Diagnosis and Clinical Med., Chic. 

Med. Col.; Visiting Surg., South Side Disp. 
Bird, J. H. (R) P. & S., 1884; 240 Wabash ; tel. 2810. 

Birkhoff, D. (R) Rush, 1881; office, 547 Blue Island ave.; res. 

647 W. Harrison. 
Bishop, Rufus W.(R) Univ. of Berlin, 1882; office, 125 State, 10 to 12; 

tel. 5442; res. 2139 Wabash ave.; tel. 8133. 

Prof, of Phys. and Dermatology, Chic. Med. 

Col. 
Bishop, Seth S. (R) Chi. Med., 1876 ; office and res., 719 W. Adams, 

till 10, 5 to 7; tel. 7218. Surg, to 111. Charitable 

E. & E. Infirmary, to 111. Masonic Orphans' 

Home, to West Side Free Dispensary. 
Blake, S. C. (R) Harvard, 1853; office, 125 State, 9 to 12; tel. 

2442; res. 576 Fullerton ave., 4 to 6; tel. 3967. 

Consulting Staff, Worn, and Chil. Hosp. 
Blakeslee, L. K. (H) Hahnemann, 1883; 91 Warren ave.; 941 W. 

Harrison. 
Blanchard, J. (R) Cincinnati Med. Col., 1846; office 34 Monroe, 

12 to 3 ; tel. 5480; res. 177 N. State, 9 to 11, 7 to 

9; tel. 3125. 
Blanchard, Wallace (R) Chi. Med., 1869; office, 34 Monroe st., 9 to 

11; tel. 5480; 239 State, 6 to 7, tel. 5349; res. 

177 N. State, 4 to 5, night; tel. 3125. 
Bliem, M. J. (H) Chi. Horn. 1884; Central Music Hall, 2 to 4; 

tel. 5241. Adj. Prof. Physiology and Demon- 
strator of Histology and Microscopy, Chi. Horn. 

Med. Col. 
Blinn, Odelia (R) Worn. Med., 1868; office, 184 Dearborn, 12 to 1 ; 

tel. 112; res. 202 Warren ave., 8 to 10, 4 to 6; 

tel. 7049. 
Blouke, M. B. (H) Chi. Horn., 1884; office and res., 193 Campbell 

ave., 8 to 9, 2 to 4, 7 to 8; tel. 7263. 
Blunt, Arthur L. (E) Bennett, 1888; office, 136 Clark, 1 to 4; tel. 1339; 

res. 540 37th, 10 to 12, 7 to 10; tel. 9869. 
Bluthardt T. J. (R) Chi. Med., 1861; office, Chi. Opera H. bldg., 

2 to 4; res. 453 LaSalle, 8 to 9, 7 to 8. 
Boas, Edmund A. (R) Med. Col., City of N. Y., 1881; Rush, 1884; 

office, 120^ Clybourne ave., 8 to 10, 7 to 9; tel. 

3558; res. 46 Beethoven pi. 



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Bockius, F. B. Eisen (R) CM. Med., 1872; offices, 234 Milwaukee 
ave., 10 to 11, 8 to 9; tel. 4011; 318 E. Division, 
2 to 3; tel. 3284; res. 199 W. Indiana, 

Boeber, F. W. (H) Office 625 Milwaukee ave., 10 to 4; res. Fullers- 
berg, 111. 

Bogue, Roswell G.(R) P. & S., N.Y., 1 857 ; office and res.,5 Washington 
place, till 9, 12 to 2, 6 to 7; tel. 3601. Consulting 
Surgeon, Presbyterian and St. Joseph Hosps., 
Chi. Hosp. for Women and Children and 
Central Free Disp. ; Prof. Emeritus of Surg., 
Women's Med. Col. 

Boice, Geo. W. (R) P. &. S., 1886; office and res., 1160 S. Western 
ave. 

Bonynge, F. G. (R) Royal Col. Surg., Ireland, 1881; King's and 
Queen's Col. of Physicians, Ireland, 1880; office 
70 E. Monroe, 9:30 to 1:30; tel. 5480; res. 307 
N. Clark; tel. 3587. 

Booth, Frank Hulburt (R) Rush, 1885; office and res., 402 S. Oakley 
ave., 11 to 1, 6 to 7; tel. 7006. Visiting Phys., 
Cent. Free Disp. 

Borchsenius-Skov, H. S. (R) Women's Med., Penn., 1882; office and 
res., 73 N. Center ave., 10 to 12, 7 to 8; tel. 
4235. 

Borland, Leonard C. (R) Rush, 1887; office, 378 W. Van Buren, till 9, 
1 to 3, and 6 to 9; tel. 4511; res. 365 W. Jack- 
son. Supervising Phys., St. Luke's Hosp. 

Borland, M. W. (E) Bennett, 1872; office, 378 W. Van Buren, till 9, 
1 to 3, 6 to 7:30; tel. 4511; res. 365 W. Jackson. 

Borter, F. X. (R) Univ. of Innsbruck, 1878; office, N. W. cor. 
Polk & Clark, 6 to 9, 1 to 6; tel. 1690; res. 
4822 Ashland ave., 9:30 to 12; tel. 9543. 

Bosworth, Alfred W. (R) Rush, 1868; 2979 Wabash ave., before 9, 
1 to 3, evening; tel. 8145. 

Bottomley, S. H. (R) Chi. Med., 1863; office and res., 342 Center St., 
8 to 10, 6 to 8; tel. 3109. 

Bouffleur, Albert I. (R.) Rush, 1887; Cook Co. Hosp.; tel. 7133; 
Interne Cook Co. Hosp. 

Boughton, D. F. (R) Univ. of Mich., 1870; 321 W. Madison; 10 to 
12, 3 to 6, 7 to 10; tel. 4521. 

Boulter, H. H. (H) Hahnemann, 1880; N. W. Col. Den. Surgeons, 
1886; office, 70 State; res. Ravens wood. 

Bowen, Mary H. (R) Worn. Med., 1876; 30 Laflin, 10 to 12, 4 to 6. 

Bowerman, Martha A. (H) Hahnemann, 1882; office and res., 1316 
Oakwood boul., till 9, 1 to 4, and 6 to 7:30; tel. 
9850. 

Bowers, L. S. (R) Chi. Med., 1885; office, 721 Elston ave., 3 to 4; 
tel. 4804; res. 239 W. North ave., 7 to 9, 12 to 2, 
5 to 7, nights; tel. 4774. 

Bowlby, G. B. (R) Rush, 1888; office, 240 Wabash ave.; res. 1906 
Milwaukee ave. 

Boyd, Henry W. (R) Chi. Med., 1866; office and res., 3025 Indiana 
ave.; till 10 after 4. 



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Boyd, Laura E. (R) Indiana Med. Col., 1887; office and res., 360 

Boyd, R. D. (R) Rush, 1878: office and res., 144 Oakwood boul.; 

8 to 10, 1 to 3, and 7 to 8. 
Boyer, Valentine A. (R) Univ. of Penn., 1836; office and res., 490 

Fullerton ave. 
Boynton, J. R. (H) Hahnemann, Phil., 1880; office, 70 State, 2 to 5; 

tel. 3530; res. 285 La Salle ave. 
Bradbury, Robert (R) 854 Gross ave. 
Bradley, Geo. F. (R) Rush, 1880; 287 W. 12th. 
Bradley, James (R) Chi. Med., 1868; office and res., 70 Park ave. 
Bradway, A. C. (R) P. & S., 1887; office and res., 1150 W. Harrison, 

till 8, after 4; tel. 7126. 
Brand, Mathias (R) Chi. Med., 1886; office, 709 W. 21st, 2 to 4; tel. 

9151; res. 145 Moore, till 10, 12 to 2, after 6. 
Brandt, J. R. (R) Ohio Med. Col., 1875; office and res., 876 Cly- 

bourn ave., till 10, 1 to 3; tel. 12,024; Att. Phys. 

Cook Co. Hosp. 
Braun, Louis, (R) Rush, 1876; office, 2603 Halsted, 11 to 12; res. 

551 S. Halsted, till 9, 12 to 2, after 7; tel. 9030. 
Brauns, Thilo (R) Royal Univ. of Berlin, Prussia; office and res., 

825 N. Clark, 8 to 9, 2 to 4; tel. 3201. 
Breckinridge, Stephen (R) St. Louis, 1879; 70 State, 2 to 3. 
Breese, Ambrose (E) Bennett, 1887; office and res., 229)^ Huron, 

cor. Clark; tel. 3439. 
Breidenstein, F. L. (R) Strasburg, 1841; 789 Elk Grove ave. 
Breiton, Nathan (R) P.& S.,N. Y., 1888; office and res., 666 Carroll. 
Brendecke, A. C. (R) P. & S., 1886; 56 W. Randolph; 7 to 9, 12 to 2, 

6 to 8. 
Brennen, D. F. (R) Chi. Med., 1886; office, 348 Twenty-sixth; 10 to 

12, 2 to 4, and 7 to 8; res. 3008 Butterfield. 
Bridge, Norman, (R) Chi. Med., 1868; Rush; office and res., 550 W. 

Jackson, till 9, 12 to 1, 6 to 7; tel. 7038. Prof. 

of Pathology and Adj., Prof. Principles and 

Practice of Med., Rush Med. Col.; Attg. Phys., 

Presbyterian Hosp. 
Bridge, W. C. (H) Chi. Horn., 1887; Cook Co. Hosp. 
Brigham, B. A. (R) P. «fc S., 1886; office, N. W. cor. Randolph and 

State, 2:30 to 4:30; tel. 5558; res. 208 Milwau- 
kee ave., till 10, 12 to 2, 7; tel. 4612. Diseases 

of Women Wed. and Sat., Gen. Medicine Tues. 

and Thur., W. Side Free Disp. ; Lecturer on 

Anatomy, Col. P. & S. 
Brill, John A. (R) Col. M. & S., Cincinnati, 1884; office and res., 

428 Milwaukee ave., 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8; tel. 

4029. 
Brinckerhoff, C.E. (R) P. & S., 1885; office and res., 182 N. Halsted, 

8 to 10 and 2 to 4 and evening; tel. 4253. 
Brinckerhoff, G.E. (R) Chi. Col. P. & S., 1885; office, 125 State; 9 to 

12; tel. 2442; res. 121 S. Sangamon; Lecturer 

on Opth. and OtoL, Col. P. & S. 



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Brindisi, Rocco (R) Univ. of Naples, 1884; office and res., 226 Mil- 
waukee ave., 7 to 9, 12 to 2, 5 to 7; tel. 4011. 1 
Brockway, Vira A (R) Woman's Med. Col., 1887; office and res., 547 

S. Leavitt, 8 to 10, 4 to 6; tel. 7135. 
Broe, R. H. (R) Chi. Med., 1878; office and res., 7534 29th. 

Broell, A. C. (R) Chi. Med., 1886; 83 Willow. 
Brooker, J. B. (E) Eclectic Med. Soc, N. Y.; office and res., 278 

Honore. 
Brooks, Almon, (R) Univ. of Va., 1865; office, 240 Wabash av., 9 to 

12, 2 to 5; tel. 8141; res. 2548 Indiana av. 
Brooks, F. (E) Office, 245 Ogden ave.; res. 842 W. Jackson. 

Brooks, J. W. (R) Jefferson, 1835; office and res.. 2958 Indiana 

ave., 7 to 8, 1 to 2, 6 to 7; tel. 8282. 
Brophy, T. W. (R) Rush, 1880; 96 State; res. 21 Bishop ct. Prof. 

Dental Pathology, Rush; Oral Surgery, Chi. 

Col. D. S. 
Brougham, E. J. (R) Chic. Med., 1887; 663 N. Franklin. 
Brower, Daniel R (R) Univ. of Georgetown, 1864: office, 70 State, 

10:30 to 1; tel. 7085; res. 597 W. Jackson, till 

8, 6:30 to 7:30. Lecturer on Practice of Med., 

Rush Med. Col.; Lecturer 111. Col. Pharmacy; 

Med. Staff (mental and nervous diseases) St. 

Joseph's Hosp.; Consulting Phys. Woman's 

Hosp. and Wash. Home; Prof, of Diseases of 

the Nervous System and Clinical Medicine, 

Woman's Med. Col. 
Brown, Harry (R) McGill, 1873; office, 70 State, 10 to 2. 
Brown, Moreau Roberts (R) Louisville, 1876; office, 126 State, 10 

to 12:30 and 5 to 6; Sunday, 11 to 12; tel. 624; 

res. 314 N. State, till 8 :30 and after 7 ; tel. 3537. 
Brown, I. W. (R) Rush, 1865; 873 W. Polk, 9 to 12, 1 to 5. 
Bruce, Susan E. (H) Chic. Horn., 1880; 265 N. May. 
Bruelly, James (R) Chi. Med., 1868; 70 Park ave. 
Bryan, John C. (R) Rush, 1877; 1 Bryan pi. 
Bryan, Mrs. Rose W. (R) Univ., Mich., 1886; office, 21 Central Music 

Hall, 2 to 4; tel. 2642. 
Brydon, James M. (R) P. & S. Ind., 1875; office, 243 State, 11 to 12, 1 

to 5, 7 to 8. 
Bryson, W. G. (R) P. & S., N. Y., 1866; office, 70 State, 10 to 12 

and 1 to 4. 
Buchan, J. R. (R) Long Island, 1872; 627 W. Indiana, till 9, 1 to 

2, after 7; tel. 7063. 
Buchanan, C. H. (R) Rush, 1876; office, 3901 Cottage Grove ave., 9 

to 10, 3 to 5, 7 to 8; Sun., 3 to 5. 
Buchanan, Walter W. (R) P. & S., 1883; office, 134 Blue Island ave., 

8 to 10, 2 to 4, 6 to 8; tel. 4101. 
Buck, James P. (R) Jefferson, 1879; 418 LaSalle ave., till 9:30, 1 to 

2, after 7. 
Buecking, E. F. (E) Bennett, 1876 ; 561 W. 12th, till 9, 1 to 3 and 7 

to 9. Prof. Surgical Anatomy and Orthopcedic 

Surgeon, Bennett Col. 



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Buffum, Harry S. (H) Chic. Horn., 1886; office and res., 178 N. Frank- 
lin, 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8; tel. 3274. 

Buffum, Joseph H.(H) Horn. Med. Col., N. Y., 1873; office, 100 State, 
9 to 12 and 4 to 5; res. 366 Ontario. Prof, of 
Diseases of Eye and Ear, Chic. Horn. Med. 
Col.; E. & E. Dept. Cen. Horn. Hosp. and Free 
Disp. 

Burbank, W. M. (R) Castleton, 1844; office and res., 300 31st, 9 to 11, 
2 to 5. 

Burke, James (R) Rush, 1887; 908 W. 12th. 

Burnett, Mary Weeks (H) Hahnemann. 1879; office, Central Music 
Hall, 1 to 4; res. 2500 Indiana ave. 

Burnside, A. W. (E) Ec. Medical Inst., Cincinnati, 1853; 811 Wash- 
ington blvd., 8 to 9, 12 to 1:30, 6:30 to 8. 

Burr, Albert H. (R) Chic. Med., 1881; office, 279 State, 10 to 12, 2 
to 5, 7:30 to 9; tel. 320; res. 1253 Wabash are., 
till 9, 1 to 2, 6 to 7:30; tel. 8431. 

Burry, James (R) Chic. Med , 1875; offices, 3718 S. Halsted; Rialto 
bldg.; res. 4012 Ellis ave. 

Burt, W. H. (H) Cleveland Hosp. Col., 1858; office, 112 Dear- 
born, 9:30 to 10;30, 2 to 4; res. 652 W. Wash- 
ington, till 9, 12:30 to 1:30, 6 to 7. 

Burwash, Henry J. (R) McGill, Royal Coll. of Phys., London, 1879; 
office and res., 1218 Milwaukee ave., 8 to 9:30, 
12 to 2, after 7; tel. 4203. 

Bushee, G. B. (H) Hahnemann, 1887; 559 Chestnut, till 9, 12 to 2, 
6 to 7; tel. 86. 
„ Buttner, Adolph (R) P. & S., 1886; 52 Fremont, till 10, 12 to 2, 6 to 8. 
'Buzik, Julius (R) Vienna, 1885; 829 Milwaukee ave., 7 to 9, 1 to 
3, 6 to 8; tel. 4573. 
Byford, Henry T. (R) Chic. Med., 1873; office, 125 State, 1:30 to 3:30; 
tel. 5442; res. 3100 Forest ave., 8:30 to 9, 6:30 
to 7; tel. 8299. Attg. Gynaecologist St. Luke's 
Free Hosp.; Med. Staff Michael Reese Hosp.; 
Lecturer on Obstetrics, Rush Med. Coll. 
Byford, William H. (R) Med. Coll. of Ohio, 1844; office, 125 State, 
9 to 12; tel. 5442; res. 1832 Indiana ave.; tel. 
8283. Prof, of Gynecology, Rush Med. Coll.; 
Lecturer, 111. Coll. Pharmacy; Consulting Phy- 
sician, Chic. Hosp. for Women and Children; 
Med. Staff, Woman's Hosp.; Consulting Phys., 
Cent. Free Disp. and Erring Woman's Refuge; 
Phys., Home for Incurables; Pres. and Prof. 
Gynaecology, Woman's Med. Coll. 
Bvrne, John H. (R) Rush, 1874; 231 W. Randolph, till 9, 12 to 1 :30, 
5:30 to 7:30; tel. 4270. 



Cadieux, Joseph N. (R) office and res., 156 Blue Island ave. 
-Caldwell, Chas. (R) Harvard, 1867; office and res., 3237 Indiana 
ave., till 10, 12 to 1, after 7. 



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Caldwell, Charles Edwin (R) Rush, 1877; office, 3858 State, 9 to 

10:30, 7:30 to 9; tel. 9824; res. 438 38th; tel. 9915. 
Caldwell, Francis C. (R) P. & S., 1883; office, Central Music Hall, 2 

to 6; tel. 2642; res. 631 Oakley ave.; tel. 7024. 
Caldwell, W. C. (R) P. & S., 1885; office and res., 168 S. Halsted, 11 

to 12, 7 to 8; tel. 4068. 
Calkins, C. D. (R) Iowa State Univ., 1883; office, 225 Dearborn 

10 to 12, 1 to 4; res 166 Dearborn ave., 8 to 9, 

5 to 8. 

Camp, A. Royce (R) Univ. Vermont, 1867; office, 147 4th ave., 10 to 

5; tel. 1724; 444 Dearborn, 6 to 9:30; res. 3155 

Wabash ave. 
Camp, Chas. D. (R) Rush, 1878; office and res. 325 Washington 

' blvd., 8 to 9, 2 to 3, 5 to 7; tel. 4656. 
Canfield, Corresta T. (H) Cleveland Horn. Hosp. Col. and Woman's 

Med. Col., Cleveland, 1871; office and res. 244 

Lincoln ave., till 9, 1 to 4; tel. 3269; Supt. of 

Clybourn Ave. Disp. 
Carder, G-. H. (H) Chi. Horaeo. Med. Col., 1882; office and res. 

368 Park ave., till 10, 12 to 2. after 4; tel. 7168. 
Carey, T. L. (R) Chi. Med., 1868; office, 277 Clark, 2 to 4, 7 to 8; 

tel. 1077; res. 3613 Forest av., till 9, night; tel. 

8590. 
Carr, Abbie Underwood (H) Michigan Univ., 1874; Chi. Horn. Med., 

1876; office and res. 318 Belden av., 9 to 12. 
Carr, Wattson (R) Maryland Univ., Baltimore, 1848; office and 

res. 447 Washington blvd., 8 to 9, 11 to 12, 3 to 

4, 7 to 9. 
Carroll, J. G. (R) Univ. of Md., 1872; 1ST. W. corner State and 

Washington, 9 to 11, 2 to 4, 7 to 9. 
Carter, Chas. H. (R) Rush. 1880; office and res. 20 Ewing pi., till 

8:30, 12 to 2, 7 to 8; tel. 4317; at cor. California 

and North aves., 4 to 5; tel. 4252. 
Cary, Frank (R) Rush, 1882; office and res. 3027 Indiana ave., 

till 9, 12 to 1, 6 to 7; tel. 8108. Prof. Pathology 

Woman's Med. Col., Pathologist St. Luke's 

Hosp., Gymtcoloaist to St. Luke's Disp. 
Cary, Harriet H. (R) AVom. Med., N.T., 1883; office and res. 3027 

Indiana ave., 11 to 1. 
Case, Lafayette W(R) Rush, 1870; office andres. 384 N. Franklin, 9 

to 10, 2 to 3; tel. 3301. 
Casely, W. J. C. (R) Chi. Med., 1885; 3101 S. Halsted, 9 to 11, 2 to 4, 

6 to 8; tel. 8061; res. 628 31st. 
Casselberry, Wm. E. (R) Univ. of Penm, 1879; office, 70 E. Monroe, 

3 to 5, 12 for messages; tel. 80; res. 3343 Cal- 
umet ave., 8 to 9, 6:30 to 7:30. Prof, of Mate- 
ria Medica and Therapeutics and Laryngology 
and Rhinology, Chi. Med. Col.; Throat and 
Chest Dept., South-Side Free Disp. 
Centaro, V (R) Univ. Naples, Italy, 1880; office, 329 S. Clark, 

8 to 10, 2 to 4, 6 to 7; tel. 1401. 



116 Chicago Physicians. 



Cessna, Chas. E. (R) Rush, 1885; office and res. 1546 Milwaukee 

ave., till 9, 12 to 3, after 7; tel. 4729; branch 

office, 736 W. Division, 9 to 10. 
Chaffee, John B. (R) McDowell Med. Col., St. Louis, 1861; office 

and res. 527 State, 9 to 11, 2 to 4, 7 to 9 ; tel. 1060. 
Chamberlin, George M. (R) Rush, 1865; office and res. 3031 Indiana 

ave., 7 to 9; 4 to 6; tel. 8108. 
Chambers, John E (R) Jefferson, 1877; 277 Clark, 9 to 1, 4 to 6, 7 to 9. 
Chapin„Staley N. (R) Rush, 1885; office, 70 State, 10 to 1, 2 to 4; 

tel. 5558; res. 2237 Prairie ave. Attg. Phys. 

Central Free Disp. 
Chew, John H. (R) Univ. Md., 1863; office, 211 Chicago Opera 

House, 3 to 5; res. 417 N. State, till 8:30, 1 to 

2; tel. 3296. 
Christie, Edmund (R) McGill, 1882; 681 W. 21st; 573 Blue Island ave. 
Christoph, E. O. (R) Univ. Freiburg, Germany, 1887; office and res. 

390 35th, 12 to 2, 5 to 7; tel. 8066. 
Church, Nelson H. (R) Rush, 1869; office, 802 S. Halsted, 9 to 11, 2 

to 4, 6 to 8; tel. 9084; res. 1161 Filmore. 
Clark, Anson L. (E) Eclectic Med. Inst., Cincinnati, 1861; office, 

511 State, 2 to 4, Wed. and Sat.; tel. 667; res. 

Elgin. Prof. Obstetrics and Diseases of 

Women and Clinical Gynecology, Bennett Col.; 

Gynecologist, Bennett Hosp.; Prof. Diseases 

of Women, Bennett Free Disp.; Mem. State 

Brard of Health. 
Clark, Charles M. (R) Univ. City of N. Y., 1857; office and res., 1085 

Grenshaw, till 10, 4 to 6; tel. 7024. 
Clark, J. A. (R) Chi. Med., 1885; office and res. 900 W. 21st, 8 

to 9, 12 to 2, 6 to 7:30; tel. 9204. 
Clark, J. S. (R) Geneva, 1843; 558 LaSalle ave., 9 to 10, 6 to 8; 

tel. 3027. 
Clark, Jennie B. (R) Worn. Hosp. Med., 1888; office and res. 900 

W. 21st, 12 to 2, 6 to 8; tel. 9204. 
Clark, T. A. (R) Univ. of Louisville, 1852; office and res. 256 S. 

Halsted, 1 to 3, 7 to 9, nights; tel. 4067. 
Clark, Wallace C. (R) Univ. N. Y. City, 1882; office, 194 Michigan 

ave., 9 to 11, 3 to 5. 
Clarke, Albert L. (R) Bellevue, 1878; office and res., 388 35th, till 10, 

1 to 2, 6:30to7:30;tel. 8066. 
Clarke, Franklin F. (H) office, 186 Clark, 8 to 8; Sunday, 9 to 12. 
Clarke, O. H. E. (R) McGill, 1870; office and res., 3857 Vincennes 

ave. and 202 39th, 9 to 10, 3 to 4; 7 to 9, Tues., 

Wed. and Fri.; Sun., 1 to 2. 
Clarke, Ward Greene, (R) Rush, 1882; office, S. E. corner Clark and 

Huron. 10 to 12, 4 to 6, 7:30 to 8; Sun., 3 to 5; 

tel. 3563; res. LaSalle ave., cor. Locust, till 9 

a. m. and night; tel. 3342; Prof. Surg. Am. 

Col. Dental Surg. 
Clarke, William E. (R) Vermont Med. Col., 1845; 690 W. Monroe, 

8 to 9, 1 to 3. Consulting Phys. Chi. Hosp. for 

Women and Children. 



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Clary, W.J. (E) Eclectic Med. Col., Cincinnati, 1852; office, 
163 State 11 to 5; res. Maplewood, till 10, 
evening. 

Clendenen, I. (E) Bennett, 1872; office, 78 State, 10:30 to 11:45; 
res. Maywood. Prof. Oral Surgery, Am. Col. 
Den. Surgery. 

Clevenger, Shobal Vail, (R) Chi. Med. 1879; office, 29 Central Music 
Hall, 10 to 3; tel. 5558; res. 245 Lincoln ave., 
after 5 p. m.; tel. 4208. Consulting Pays. 
Nervous and Mental Diseases, Michael Reese 
and Alexian Bros.' Hospitals. 

Cobb, Jos. P. (H) Hahnemann, 1883; office, 207 31st, 9 to 10, 3 to 
4, 7 to 8; res. 3638 Indiana ave., till 9, 1 to 2; 
tel. 8050. Consulting Phys. Home for Friend- 
less; Phys. in charge Children's Clinic, Hahn- 
emann Hosp.; Adj. Prof. Physiology and 
Histology Hahnemann Col. 

Coe, Milton F. (R) P. and S., 1888; office, 144 Oakwood boul., 10 
to 12, 3 to 5; tel. 9966; res. 221 E. 42nd; tel. 
9913. 

Coey, Andrew J. (R) Chi. Med., 1880; State and 31st, 9 to 10, 3 to 5, 

7 to 8; tel. 8166. Phys. Cook County Hospital. 
Coffin, W. V. (R.) Miami Med. Col., Cincinnati, 1880; office and 

res., 3545 Vincennes ave., 9 to 12, 3 to 2. 

Coker, William Wilson (R) London Royal Col , Eng., 1872; Col. P. 
& S., Chi., 1888; office and res., 2802 Archer 
ave., 8 io 11, 2 to 4, 6 to 10. 

Colburn, J. Elliott (R) Albany, 1877; office, 126 State, 11 to 2; tel. 
1339; res., 489 Monroe, 6 p. m. Prof. Oph- 
thalmology and Otology, Chi. Policlinic; 
Phys. Cook Co. Hospital, Eye and Ear Infirm- 
ary, Central Free Dispensary. 

Colbv, B. D. (R) Rush, 1884; office and res., 285 Loomis, till 8, 
12 to 2, 6 to 7; tel. 4652. 

Cole, Samuel (R) Rush, 1865; 3305 Vernon ave.; tel. 8019. 

Coleman, W. Franklin (R) Royal Col. P. & S., Canada, 1863; office, 
163 State, 9:15 to 12:15, 4:30 to 5:30; Sunday, 
1 to 1:30; tel. 5480; res. 3132 Rhodes ave., 1 to 
1:30; Sunday, 2 to 2:30; tel. 8354. 

Collier, A. W. (H) Hahnemann, 1888; office and res., 3249 LaSalle, 

8 to 10, 6 to 8. 

Collins, D. (R) Univ. N. Y., 1880; office and res., 449 26th, 8 

to 10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8; tel. 8225. 
Colton, Adolphus D. Office and res., 1601 State, 9 to 12, 2 to 5. 
Colton, W. W. (R) Rush, 1885; 47 Kinzie, 9 to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to 8; 

tel. 3092. 
Colwell, Benj. L. (H) Hahnemann, 1882; 3014 Calumet, till 11; 

tel. 8432. 
Condit, Gertrude Scott (R) Woman's Med., Baltimore, 1884; office, 

102 S. Halsted, 10 to 1; res., 877 Washington 

boul.; tel. 7195. 



118 Chicago Physicians. 



Conley, P. H. (R) Rush, 1886; office and res., 170 Ashland ave., 9 

to 10, 1 to 2, 7 to 9; tel. 7157. 
Connolly, Geo. B. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1887; 78 Fullerton ave. 
Constant, F. M. (R) Rush, 1856; 279 N. Market; tel. 3342. 
Cook, H. H. (R) Univ. Mich., 1872; office and res., 27 N. Clark, 

till 10, 1 to 3, 7 to 8, and nights. 
Cook, J. F. (R) Office, 81 Clark, 9 to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to 8; res., 517 

Carroll ave. 
Cook, W. B. (E) Bennett, 1882; 3131 Archer ave.; tel. 9605. 
Cooke, Alexander Hardy (R) Univ. of N. Y., 1846; Victoria Med. 

Col., Canada, 1866; Col. P. & S., Canada, 1866; 

office and res., 234 Dearborn ave., till 8, 12 to 

2, 6 to 8; tel. 3002. Phys. Home for Incur- 
ables. 
+ Cooke, J. Masson (R) Rush, 1868; 234 Dearborn ave.; tel. 3002. 
Coop, B. D. (R) Rush, 1871; office, 126 Jackson, 9 to 11:30, 3 to 

5, evenings; res., 246% S. Sangamon. 
Copeland, W. L. (R) McGill, Montreal, 1872; Royal Col. Surg. Eng., 

1873; office, 163 State, 3 to 5; tel. 5480; res., 866 

W. Monroe, 1 to 2, 7 to 8; tel. 7040 Prof. 

Anatomy Chi. Col. Dent. Surg.; At'g. Phys. W. 

Side Free Disp. 
- Cotton, A. C. (R) Rush, 1878; office, 240 Wabash ave., 11 to 1; 

tel. 5457; res., 193 S. Wood, till 10, after 6; tel. 

7274. Lecturer on Therapeutics, Rush Med. 

Col.; Phys., Cook Co. Hospital. 
Coulter, H. A. (E) Bennett, 1881; office, 103 State, 11 to 3; res., 

815 Washtenaw ave. 
Cowgill-Bates, Laura (R) Woman's Hosp. Med., Chi., 1885; office and 

res., 802 S. Halsted, 2 to 4; tel. 9084. 
Craig, James D. (H.) Hygieo-Therapeutic Col. of N. Y.,1858; office, 

16 and 17 Central Music Hall, 9 to 11 ; tel. 5384; 

res., Rogers Park, till 8, 4 to 6; tel. Rogers 

Park Tel. Sta. 
Crawford, S. K. (R) Univ. Mich. 1861; office and res., 680 W. Mon- 
roe, till 9, 12 to 2, 6 to 7. Prof. Surg. Anatomy 

Col. P. & S., Chi.; Attg. Gynaecologist (Wed. 

and Sat.) W. Side Free Disp. 
Creighton, Charles J. (R) Rush, 1879; office and res , 2840 State, till 

9, 3 to 5, after 7:30; tel. 8185. 
Cronin, P. H. (R) Missouri Med. and St. Louis Univ., 1878; office, 

501 and 503 Opera House bldg., 12 to 2; .tel. 

1294; res. 468-470 N. Clark, 9 to 11, 6 to 7:30; 

tel. 3312. 
Cross, E. D. (R) Col. P. & S., Baltimore, 1878; office, 103 State, 

10 to 3; tel. 8108; res. 3151 Indiana ave., till 

9:30, 4 to 6. 
Cunningham, George P. (R) N. Y. Coll. of Pharmacy, 1868; Rush, 

1877; 237 N. Clark, 9 to 11, 1 to 3, 6 to 9; 

tel. 3002. 
Curran, Patrick (R) Rush, 1867; 237 W. North ave., 10 to 12, 2 to 4; 

res. 62 Homer. 



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Curtis, J. H. (R) Uaiv. City of N". Y., 1885; office, 802 S. Hal- 
sted, 10:30 to 12; tel. 9084; 378 Blue Island 
ave., 12:30 to 1:45; tel. 9064; res. 440 W. Har- 
rison, 8 to 10, 2 to 4, 6 to 8; tel. 4094. 

Curtis, Lester (R) Chic. Med., 1870; 35 University pi., 9 to 11. 

Cutler, George A. (R)'Univ. Med. Coll., N.Y. City, 1853; office, 193 
S.Clark; tel. 1339. 

Cyrier, C. E. (R) Rush, 1879; office, 173 Blue Island ave., 8 to 
10, 2 to 4, 7 to 8; res. 107 Blue Island ave. 



Dahlberg, Alfred (R) Rash, 1881; office, 2459 Wentworth ave., 10 to 
12:30,6 to 8; tel. 8187; res. 5727 Wentworth 
ave., 8 to 9:30; tel. 95, Englewood. 

Dal, Jacob (H) Hahnemann, 1871: office and res., 142 Ever- 

green ave., till 9, 12 to 2, after 6; tel., 4312. 

Dal, John W. (R) Chic. Med., 1878; office and res., 860 Milwau- 
kee ave., till 9, 12:30 to 2, after 6;30; tel. 4808. 

Damon, O. B. (R) Harvard, 1866; office and res., 274 Park ave., 8 
to 9, 1 to 2, 6 to 7; tel. 7048. 

Danforth, I. N. (R) Med. Dept. Dartmouth Coll., 1869; office, 69 
Dearborn, 11 to 1; tel. 2453; res. 294 W. Mon- 
roe, till 9, after 6; tel. 4131. Prof, of Clinical 
Med., Chic. Med. Coll,; Prof. Gen. Med., Chic. 
Training School; Lecturer 111. Coll. of Phar- 
macy; Alt'g Phys. St. Luke's Free Hosp.; 
Consulting Phys. 111. Charitable E. & E. Infir- 
mary; Prof, of Renal Diseases, Woman's Med. 
Coll. 

David, Cyrenius A. (R) Rush, 1869; Univ. of N. Y., 1882; office, 
125 State, 9 to 12; tel. 5442; res. 332 Dayton; 
tel. 3374. 

David, J. C. (H) Hahnemann, 1876; office, 103 State, 2 to 4; tel. 
5505; res. 1421 Oakwood boul., till 9 a. m.; 
tel. 9850. 

Davidson, Charles (R) Chi. Med., 1883; office and res. 1002 Madison, 
11 to 12, 3 to 6; tel. 7057. Ear Dept., 111. Eye 
and Ear Infirmary. 

Davidson, W. M. W. (H) Hahnemann, 1878; office, 565 W. Madison, 
11 to 4; tel. 7172; res. 658 Walnut, till 10, 
after 5; tel. 7007. 

Davis, Charles Gilbert (R) Eclectic Med. Inst., Cincinnati, 1871; Univ. 
of Virginia, 1873; Missouri Med. Coll. 1874; 
office, 240 Wabash ave.; tel. 5457; res. 705 W. 
Adams. 

Davis, J. J. (R) Rush, 1885; office and res., 169 W. Madison, 

till 10, 2 to 5, 7 to 9; Haymarket tel. 

Davis, L. J. (R) Ohio Med. Coll., Cincinnati, 1881; office and 

res., 552 W. Madison, 9 to 11, 2 to 4, 6 to 8; 
tel. 7022. 



120 Chicago Physicians. 



Davis, N. S. Jr. (R) Chic. Med., 1883; office, 65 Randolph, 10 to 
12, 2 to 4; res. 326 Superior. Prof. Principles 
and Practice Med., Chic. Med. Coll.; Ass't at- 
tending Phys., Mercy Hosp. 

Davis, X. 8., Sr., (R) Col. of P. & S., N. Y., 1837; office, 65 Ran- 
dolph, 9 to 2; tel. 5558; res. 291 Huron. Prof. 
Principles and Practice of Medicine and of 
Chemical Medicine, and Dean Chi. Med. Col.; 
Senior Phys. Mercy Hosp. 
/< Davis, T. A. (R) P. & S., 1885; office and res. 977 Van Buren, till 
10, after 4; tel. 7126. Surg. West Side Free 
Disp.; Lecturer on Surgery Col. P. & S. 

Davis, W. H. (E) Eclectic Med. Inst., Cincinnati, 1865; office, 
126 State, 10 to 4; tel. 624; res. 3423 Indiana 
ave. 

Deal, D. B. (R) Office, 70 State, 10 to 2; res. 46 S. Morgan. 

Deans, E. (R) N. W. Univ. Chi., 1863; office and res. 1800 

Wabasb ave., 11 to 2; tel. 8319, 

DeBausset, Arthur CR) Sucre, Bolivia, 1861; 236 State. 

DeBey, William (R) Rush, 1871; office and res. 651 W. Monroe, 8 
to 10, after 6. 

Deegan, William (R) P. & S-, N. Y., 1884; office and res. 528 W. In- 
diana, 8 to 10, 2 to 4, nights; tel. 7169. 

Deimel, Henry L. (E) Bennett, 1888; office and res. 2719 Indiana ave., 
10 to 4. 

Delamater, N. B. (H) Hahnemann, 1873; office 125 State, 9 to 2; 
tel. 5444; res. 3912 Lake ave. Prof, of Mental 
and Nervous Diseases, Chi. Homeo. Med. Col.; 
Supt. Cent. Homeo. Hosp. and Free Dispen- 
sary. 

DeMarr, George E. (R) Western Reserve, 1875; office, 262 S. Halsted, 
8 to 11, 2 to 4; tel. 4067; res. 447 Ogden ave.; 
tel. 7177. 

Deming, H. H. (R) Chi. Med., 1878; office, 144 Oakwood blvd., 
10:30 to 12:30, 3 to 5; tel. 9850; res. 3602 Vin- 
cennes ave., 7 to 8, 1 to 2, 7 to 7:30; tel. 9831. 

DePuy, A. H. (R) Rush, 1856; office, Grand Pacific; res. Pullman 
building. 

DeSauchet, A. L. (H) Chi. Horn. 1885; 70 State, 11 to 5. 

DeVerry, Stephen C. (R) Univ. of Penn., 1871; office, 802 S. Halsted, 
4 to 5; tel. 9084; res. 2542 Indiana ave., 1 to 3, 

6 to 8; tel. 8169. 

DeVries, F. P. Office, 277 Sedgwick, 8 to 11, 4 to 8; res. 374 

Division, before 8 a. m., after 8 p. m. 
Dewey, Charles A (H) Hahnemann, 1881; 207 31st st.,.till 9, 1 to 3, 

7 to 8; tel. 8108. 

Dewey, F. J. (R) Rush, 1885; office, 126 State, 5 to 7; tel. 1339; res. 

688 W. Madison, 11 to 1; tel. 7270. 
DeWitt, John H (R) Jefferson, 1880; office, 271 Wabash ave., 9 to 

12, 2 to 5; res. 106 S. Centre ave. 




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ATTENDING PHYSICIANS. 

W. H. BYFORD, M.D., Chicago, 111., Professor of Diseases of Women, Rush 
Medical College, Chicago. 

HENRY PALMER, M.D., Janesville, Wis., Surgeon-General of Wisconsin, and 
Professor of Operative and Clinical Surgery, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 
Chicago. 

WILLIAM E. QUINE, M.D., Chicago, 111 , Professor of Practice of Medicine, 
College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago. 

WM. T. BELFIELD. M.D., Chicago, 111., Pathologist of Cook County Hospital, 
Professor Genito-Urinary Organs, Chicago Polyclinic. 

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CONSULTING PHYSICIANS. 

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122 Chicago Physicians. 



DeWolf, Oscar C. (R) Univ. City N. Y., 1858; office, Health Dept., 
City Hall, 10 to 5; tel. 447; res. 435 Washing- 
ton blvd. Prof. State Med. and Pub. Hygiene, 
Chi. Med. Col. 

Dexter, Ransom (R) Univ. of Mich., 1862; office, 76 E. Madison, 8 
a. m. to 9 p. m.; res. 2920 Calumet ave. 

Dickerson, Louise (R) Worn. Med., 1881; office, 241 Wabash ave.; 
res. 122 21st. 

Dickinson, Fannie (R) Woman's Med., 1883; 70 State, 9 to 12, after- 
noon hours by app. Pres. Woman's Col. of 
Optics and Ophthalmology; Head Phys. and 
Surg. Chi. Spectacle Clinic. 

Dickson, Guy B. (H) Hahnemann, 1886; office and res. 1001 W. 
Harrison, 8 to 9, 1 to 3, 7 to 8; Sun., 9 to 10, 
2 to 4. 

Dietrich, Henry (R) Swiss Med. Council, Zurich, 1873; office, 95 5th 
ave., 1 to 2; res. 312 Sedgwick, 8 to 9, 7 to 8; 
tel. 3247. 

Dilliard, E. (H) Hahnemann Med. Col., 1887; 129 22d, 8 to 

10, 2 to 4, 7 to 8. 

Dion, Delvina (R) Woman's Med., 1886; office, 240 Wabash ave., 
2 to 5; tel. 5457; res. 36}£ Vernon Park pi., till 
10 and at 6; tel. 4559. 

Dobbin, Annette S (R) Worn. Hosp. Med., 1882; office and res. 821 
Warren ave. Asst. to Chair of Anatomy Worn. 
Med. Col. 

Dodds, W. E. (R) Rush Med. Col., 1885; office, 89 Randolph, 12 
to 8; res. cor. 57th st. and Jefferson ave., nights 
and till 11:30 a. m.; tel. 9933. 

Dodge, C. C. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1887; office and res. 726 
Washington blvd; tel. 7305. 

Doe, A. (R) Univ. of Christiana, Norway, 1878; 284 W. 

Indiana st., 9 to 10, 3:30 to 4:30, 7 to 8; Sun., 
12 to 1; tel. 4254. 

Doering, E. J. (R) Chi. Med., 1874; office and res. 2406 Prairie 
ave., 1 to 3; tel. 8248. 

Donoghue, Elizabeth B. (H) Hahnemann, 1881; office and res., 323 
Chicago ave. 

Doolittle, William H. (R) Rush, 1876; office and res., 165 18th, lOto 12. 

Dorland, E. H. (R) Miami, 1880; office, Opera House bldg., 2 to 4; 
res., 4329 Lake av.,till 9, after 5; tel. 9982. 

Dorsey, Nicholas James (R) Univ. of Maryland, 1847; office and res., 
281 Erie, till 9, 12 to 2, 6 to 9; tel, 3439. 

Downer, C. L. (R) Rush, 1884: office, 46 S. Clark, 10 to 1, 2 to 6; 
Sundays, 2 to 4; tel. 2201; res., 1020 W. Mon- 
roe, till 9; tel. 7057. 

Downs, Charles M. (R) Yale, 1883; office, 681 Larabee; res. 499 La- 
Salle ave. 

Dudley, E.C. (R) Long Island Hosp. Col., 1875; office, 70 Mon- 
roe, 11 to 12; tel. 80; res. 1619 Indiana ave.; 
tel. 8514. Prof of Gynaecology Chi. Med Col. 



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Med. Staff, Mercy Hosp.; Attg. Gynecologist 
St. Luke's Hosp. and S. Side Free Disp.; Con- 
sulting Phys. Errring Woman's Refuge. 

Duncan, D. (H) Hahnemann, 1887; office, 56 State, 11 to3: Sun., 

2 to 4; tel. 7214; res., 1084 W. Harrison, till 
9:30, after 6. 

Duncan, T C. (H) Hahnemann, 1866; office, 100 State, 11 to 3; 
res., 590 W. Adams, till 9, and 6 to 8. 

Dnrselen, Charles N. (R) Univ. of Bonn., 1865; Univ. of Cincinnati, 
1873; office and res., 2524 State, 9 to 11, 2 to 4, 
7 to 7:30; Wed , 8 to 8:30 p. m.; Sun., 9 to 11, 2 
to 4; tel. 8117. 

Dyas, G. K. (R) Chi. Med., 1869; office, 107 Clark, 2 to 5; tel. 

1206; res., 30th and Michigan ave. 

Dyas, W. Godfrey (R) Royal Col. Surg., Ireland, 1845; office, 107 
Clark, 9 to 1. Prof. Emeritus Theory and 
Practice of Med., Woman's Col.; Consulting 
Phys. Woman's and Children's Hosp.; Consult- 
ing Surg. St Joseph's Hosp. 



Earle, Charles Warrington (R) Chi. Med., 1870; office and res., 535 
Washington boul., 10 to 11, 6 to 7; tel. 7149. 
Prof, of Obstetrics, Col. P. & S., Chi.; Prof, of 
Diseases of Children, Chi. Training School; 
Lecturer 111. Col. of Pharmacy; Phys. Wash- 
ingtonian Home; Prof, of Diseases of Chil- 
dren and Clinical Med., Woman's Med. Col. 

Earle, Frank B. (R) P. & S., 1885; office and res., 535 Washington 
boul., 10 to 11, 7 to 8; tel. 7149. Lecturer 
Prac. of Med., Col. P. & S. 

Earll, Charles 328 W. Van Buren. 

Earll, C. A. Cook Co. Hosp. 

Eaton, David B. (R) Chi Med., 1882; office and res., 2725 State, 8 to 
9, 1 to 2, nights: tel. 8520. 

Edgar, W. H. (E) Bennett, 1880; 3901 State, 9 to 11, 3 to 5. 

Edwards, E. W. (R) Washington, 1846; office, Opera House bldg., 
11 to 1, 2 to 7. 

Edwards Samuel (R) Office, 199 Clark; res., 1734 Wabash ave. 

Egan, D. (R) Rush, 1881; office and res., 2899 Archer ave., 7 

to 9, 10 to 12, 1 to 5, nights; tel. 8297. 

Egbert, James K. (R) Rush Med. Col., 1886; office and res., 471 W. 
Madison, 1 to 3, nights; tel. 7022. 

Eggleston, W G. (R) P. & S., N. Y., ^881 ; office, 65 Randolph; res., 
Clarendon Hotel. 

Ehlers, P. F. T. 109 Adams. 

Eldred, Wm. H. (R) Rush, 1882; office, cor. Kinzie and Market; tel. 
3092. 

Eldridge, C. S. (H.) Horn. Med., N. Y., 1868; office, 70 State, 9 to 
11, 2 to 4; tel 2211; res., Tremont House. 



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Ellsberry, Isaac N. (R) Office and res., 3424 Dearborn, 9 to 11, 1 to 3, 

7 to 8. 

Ellingwood, Finley E. (R) Bennett, 1878; office, 3656 State, 11 to 12, 
4 to 5, 7 to 8:30; tel. 9869; res., 3926 Indiana 
ave., till 9, 12 to 3; tel. 9941. Prof, of Hygiene 
and State Med. and Demonstrator of Analyti- 
cal Chem., Bennett Med. Col. 

Elliott, W. W. (R) Missouri Med. Col., 1875; office and res., 230 
Sheffield ave., till 9, 12 to 2, after 5; tel. 3299. 

Ely, C. F. (H) Horn. Med.. N. Y., 1877; office, 103 State, 1 to 

3; res., 277 Ontario. 

Emery, R (R) Victoria, Univ., Canada, 1880; 125 S. Clark, 

9 to 12, 1 to 5, 7 to 9. 

Emmons, F. A. (R) Rush, 1863; office and res., 3422 Indiana ave., 
till 9, 2 to 4. 

Emrick, G. M. (R) Chi. Med , 1873; 467 W. Chicago ave., 7 to 9, 
lto3, 6 to 8; tel. 7250. 

Engert, Rosa H. (R) Wurzburg, 1863; Worn. Med., 1873; office, 
Central Music Hall, 2 to 5; res. 486 N. Clark. 

Epler, Ernest, (R) Chi. Med., 1883; 505 Canal, 10 to 11, 3 to 4, 7 
to 8; tel 4494. 

Ermine, Lucy E. (R) Worn. Hosp., Med., 1884; office and res., 747 
Warren ave., 2 to 5; tel. 7007. 

Etheridge, James H. (R) Rush, 1869; office, 65 Randolph, 10:30 to 1 ; 
tel. 5598; res. 1634 Michigan ave., till 8, 6 to 
7; tel. 8272. Prof. Mat. Med. and Therap.and 
Med. Jurisprudence, Rush; Gynaecologist to 
Presbyterian Hosp.; Attending Phys. St. 
Luke's Hosp.; President Chi. Med. Society. 

Evans, Charles Horace, (H) Horn. Med. of Penn., 1869; office, 570 
W. North ave., 11 to 12; res. 730 Warren ave., 

8 to 9, 6 to 7; tel. 7007. 

Evans, Charles W. (R) Rush, 1886; 341 Fulton, 8 to 9, 12 to 1, after 

7; tel. 4193; 126 Milwaukee ave., 10 to 12, 4 to 

5; tel 4288. 
Evatt, W. H. P. (R) Dublin, 1876; Royal Surg., Ireland, 1879; office, 

547 Blue Island; res. 730 W. 21st. 
Everett, Edward, (H) Hahnemann 1882; office, Central Music Hall, 

12 to 3; res. 1130 N. Halsted. 
Ewell, Marshall D. (R) Chi. Med. Col., 1884; office, 97 Clark, 9 

to 12. 
Ewing, Alice, (H) Hahnemann, 1887; 144 Oakwood boul., 9 to 

12, 7 to 8; tel. 9966. 



Falls, S. K. (R) McGill, 1875; 1028 W. Monroe, 8 to 10, 2 to 4, 

7 to 9; Sun., 10 to 12; tel. 7057. 
Farley, I. P. (R) Rush, 1885; 269 Bissell. 



Chicago Physicians. 125 



Farr, A. L. (R) Rush, 1880; 138 Lincoln ave., 8 to 10, 4 to 5, 

after 8; tel. 3634. 

Feder, Henry C. (R) McGill, 1881; office, 100 S. Halsted, 3 to 4, 7 
to 9; Sun., 2 to 4; res. 356 Washington boul., 
till 8, 1 to 2:30, nights; tel. 4827. 

Fellbrich, John, (R) Office and res. 62 Lytle. 

Fellows, H. B. (H) Western Col. Homeo. Med., 1861; 2969 In- 
diana ave., 8 to 10, 2 to 4; tel. 8113. Prof. 
Principles and Practice of Med., Hahnemann 
Med. Col. 

Fenger, Christian, (R) Univ. of Copenhagen, 1867; office, 125 State, 
2:30 to 4; tel. 5442 ;Ves. 269 LaSalle ave., till 9; 
tel. 3664. Prof, of Clinical Surg., Col. of P. & 
S. ; Surg. Cook County and Emergency Hosps. 

Fenn, Curtis T. (R) Rush, 1867; 3030 Michigan ave., 8 to 9, 12 to 2, 
6 to 7:30; tel. 8143. 

Fenner, H. B. Office and res. 583 W. Ohio, 9 to 11, 3 to 5, 

after 7. 

Fernitz, Gustav, (R) Louisville Med. Col., 1881; office and res. 1020 
Milwaukee ave., 7 to 9, 2 to 3, 7 to 9; tel. 4202. 

Fessel, Christian, (R) Univ. of Berlin, 1826; office and res. 220 Fre- 
mont, 8 to 10, 2 to 4. 

Fillmore, E. A. (R) Trinity Univ., Toronto, 1884; 395 W. Harrison, 
9 to 11, 2 to 4, evenings; tel. 4637. 

Finucane, A. D. (R) Bellevue, 1884; 728 31st. 

Fisher, John (R) P. & S., 1887; office and res. 452 Wells, till 9, 

Fiske, G-. F. (R) Yale, 1883; office, Chicago Opera House blk., 
9:30 to 11:30; tel. 1206; res., 438 LaSalle ave., 
12 to 1:30; tel. 3027. 

Fischer, E. J. (R) Rush, 1880; 557 Sedgwick, 8 a. m. to 9 p. m.; 
tel. 3607. 

Fischer, Gustav (R) Prague Univ., Bohemia, 1871; office, 136 W. 
12th st, 9 to 10; 585 Center ave., 10 to 12, 4 to 
6, 9 to 10; res. cor. 12th and Johnson; tel. 4378. 

Fitch, Calvin M. (R) Univ. of City of N. Y., 1852; office and res. 
645 W. Monroe, 1 to 4, Sat. and Sun. excepted; 
tel. 7041. 

Fitch, Henry A. (R) Univ. Mich., 1878; office and res. 884 W. Mad- 
ison. 

Fitch, T. Davis (R) Rush, 1854; office and res. 296 W. Monroe, 10 
to 2, 6 to 8; tel. 4504. Consulting Phys. Wash- 
ingtonian Home; Prof. Emeritus of Gynaecol- 
ogy, Woman's Med. Col. 

Fitch, Walter M. (R) Rush, 1885; office and res. 645 W. Monroe, 11 
to 12, 6 to 7; tel. 7041. 

Fitzgerald, F. W. (R) Rush, 1880; office and res. 318 S. Center ave., 
8 to 10, 12 to 2, 6:30 to 8; tel. 4071. 

Fitzgerald, J. H. (R) Dublin Univ., 1886; office and res. 492 W. 12th, 
till 12, after 4. 

Flanders, Alicia A. (H) Hahnemann, 1876; office and res. 2708 South 
Park ave. 



126 Chicago Physicians. 



Fleming, C. K. (R) Syracuse, 1873; Chi. Med., 1886; office, 3035 
South Park ave., 11 to 12, 4 to 5, 7 to 8; res. 
3234 Groveland ave. 

Fleming, John M. (R) Rush, 1872; office, 112 W. Washington, 9 to 

11, 4 to 5, 7 to 9; tel. 4753; res. 113 Warren ave. 
Flower, W. Z. (R) P. & S., 1877; 454 W. Madison. 

Foote, D. A. (H) Chi. Horn., 1887; Chi. Horn. Hosp. 
Formaneck, Fred R (R) Rush, 1887; office, 136 W. 12th, 11 to 12; 

tel. 4838; res. 585 Center ave., till 10, after 6; 

tel. 9104. 
Forrester, Jessie G. (E) Bennett, 1886; office, cor. Clark and Huron, 

2 to 5: res. 1426 Dunning, 10 to 12, 6 to 9. 
Foster, A. H (R) P. & S., N. Y.; office, 132 La Salle, 1 to 2, 6:30 

to 7:30; tel. 7029; res. 779 W. Monroe. 
Foster, B. D. (R) Jefferson, 1883; office and res., 37 Rush, 9 to 

12, 2 to 2, 7 to 9; tel. 3316. 

Foster, F. H. (H) Hahnemann, 1872; office, 103 State, 9 to 12, 3 

to 5; res. 499 Webster ave. 
Foster, R.N. (H) Hahnemann, 1869; office and res. 10 Warren 

ave., 8 to 10, 5 to 7. Prof. Obstetrics, Chi. 

Horn. Med. Col. 
Foulks, C. Allison (R) Chi. Med., 1885; office, 279 State, 4 to 6 p.m.; 

tel. 320; res. 4700 State, 10 to 12, 6 to 8; tel. 

9807. 
Frank, J. (R) Univ. Buffaloniensis, 1882; office and res. 17 

Lincoln ave., 8 to 9, 12 to 2, 7 to 8. 
Franke, Jno. G. (R) Rush, 1868. Chi. Med., 1871; office and res., 

890 W. 21st, 8 to 10 2 to 4; tel. 9002. 
Fraser, Donald (R) McGill, 1868; Royal P. & S., Edinburg, 1869; 

office and res. 2 Winthrop pi. 
Frazer, C. A. (H) Chi. Horn., 1887; Chi. Horn. Hosp. 
Fredigke, Chas. C. (R) P. & S., 1886; office, 3500 State, 10 to 1, 3 to 

7; tel. 9875; res. 445 37th, till 10, 1 to 3, 7 to 8. 
Freeman, Arthur B. (R) Rush, 1885; Philadelphia Dental Col., 1886; 

325 W. Madison, 9 to 12, 1 to 5; tel. 4521. 

Prof, of Comparative Dental Anatomy, North- 
western Dent. Col. 
Freer, Otto T. (R) Rush, 1879; office and res. 153 N. State, 9 to 10; 

1 to 2:30, 6 to 7:30; tel. 3555. 
French, S. M. (H) Hahnemann, 1882; office and res. 64 23d, 8 to 

12, 7 to 9. 
Freschonsky, Axel (R) Univ. Copenhagen, 1881; office and res. 44 

Beethoven pi. 
Freund, A. L. (E) Bennett, 1877; office and res. 322 Wells, till 9, 

1 to 3, 6:30 to 7:30; tel. 3367. 
Frink, Charlotte E. (H) Office and res., 47^ Pine, 10 to 2. 
Fritts, L. C. (H) Chi. Horn., 1888; office and res. 285 W. Mon- 
roe, till 10, 5 to 7; tel. 4371. 
Froom, Albert E. (R) Chi. Med., 1886; office, 3901 Wentworth ave., 

10 to 11:30, 3 to 5, 7:30 to 9; res. 3726 La Salle, 

till 8:30, 12 to 2, 5 to 7:30; tel. 9869. 



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Frothingham, Herbert H. (R) Chi. Med., 1885; office, 235 State, 2 to 
3; tel. 2349; res. 4306 Lake ave., 9 to 10:30, 
4:30 to 6; tel. 9982. Surgeon St. Luke's Hosp. 
Dispensary; Demonstrator of Anatomy, Chi. 
Med. Col. 

Fuersattel, Chris. Wooster, 1873; office, 347 5th ave., 9 to 11, 2 
to 4; res. 781 W. 12th; tel. 7229. 

Fuller, Charles Gordon (H) Chi. Horn. Med. and JST. Y. Ophthalmic 
Hosp. Col., 1881; office, 38 and 39 Central Mu- 
sic Hall, 10 to 1, 3 to 4; res. Evanston; tel. 8. 
Eye and Ear Surgeon, Chi. Ave. Disp. and 
Bethesda Mission. 

G 

Galloway, Rhoda M. (R) Worn. Med., 1887; Worn. Hosp., 32d and 

Rhodes ave. 
Gandey, Thos. M. (R) Rush, 1882; office and res., 1593 Milwaukee 

ave. 
Gardiner, Edwin J. (R) San Carlos Med. Col., Madrid, 1878; office, 

70 Monroe, 9:30 to 1, 3:30 to 5; res., 85 Astor. 

Surg. Eye Dept., 111. Charitable Eye and Ear 

Infirmary. 
Gardiner, Frank H. (H) Chi. Horn. Med. Col., 1882; office, 126 State, 

9 to 5; res., Hyde Park. Lecturer on Den- 
tal Surgery, Chi. Horn. Med. Col. 
Garrott, E. (R) Univ. Maryland, 1856; office and res., 751 

Washington boul., 8 to 10, 1 to 2, 6 to 7:30; tel. 

7154. 
Garvin, W. D. (H) Hahnemann, Phila., 1884; office, 81 N. Clark, 10 

to 4; res., 122 Winchester ave., till 10, 4to9p. m. 
Gaston, Emma F. (R) Worn. Med., Pa., 1876; office and res., 2308 

Michigan ave., 10 to 12, 5 to 7:30; tel. 8184. 
Gatchell, Charles (H) Pulte Med. Col., Cin., 1874; office and res., 

2954 Prairie ave., 9 to 10, 4 to 5; tel. 8102. 

Attg. Phys. Cook Co. Hosp. 
Gates, James H. (R) Rush, 1884; office and res., 470 W. Adams. 
Geiger, H. (R) Heidelberg, 1861; office and res., 481 N. Clark, 

till 9, 1 to 2:30, after 6; tel. 3027. 
German, Wm. H.(R) Michigan Col., 1883; office, 163 State, 11:30 to 

2; res., Morgan Park, 8 to 9, 5 to 7:30. 
Gfroerer, George S. (R) P. & S., 1885; cor. Halsted and Polk; tel. 4388. 
Gibbs, Lucius O. (E) Bennett, 1871; office, 181 S. Clark, 8 a, m. to 

8 p. m.; tel. 1339; res., 1043 W. Adams. 
Gibson, Charles B. (R) Office,81 Clark,8:30to 5; res. 113 Hoyne ave., 

Prof, of Inorgan. Chem., Col. of P. & S.; Prof. 

of Chem. & Metallurgy, Chi. Col. Dental Surg. 
Giegerich, C. (E) Bennett, 1881; office and res., 449 Milwaukee 

ave., 7 to 9, 1 to to 3, after 7; tel. 4575. 
Giljohann, Emil (R) Rush, 1886; office and res., 603 31st, 9 to 11, 1 

to 3, 7 to 8. 



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Chicago Physicians. 



Gill, M. (R) Vermont Academy of Med., 1835; office, 171 

N. Clark; res., 208 N. Clark, 10 to 1, 3 to 6. 

Gilman, .John E. (H) Hahnemann, 1871; office, Central Music Hall, 
1 to 3, except Sun.; res., 455 Washington boul., 

8 to 9, 7 to 9; tel. 7298. Prof, of Physiology, 
Histology and Sanitary Science, Hahnemann 
Med. Col. 

Gilmore, Arnold P. (R) Jeff erson, 1874; office, 70 Monroe, 10 to 2; tel. 

80; res., 113 Cass. Phys. Home for Incurables; 

Asst. Surg. Eye Dept. 111. Charitable E. & E. 

Infirmary. 
Goldspohn, Albert (R) Rush, 1878; office and res., 163 Lincoln ave., 

9 to 10, 7 to 8; tel. 3634. Mem. German Hosp. 
Staff. 

Goodner, G. W. (R) Chi. Med. 1869; office and res., 2204 Archer 
ave., 9 to 10, 2 to 3:30, evenings; tel. 8204. 

Gordon, A. H. (H) Hahnemann, 1887; office and res., 207 E. Chi- 
cago ave., 8 to 9, 1 to 3, 7 to 8; tel. 3274. 

Gore, J. R. (R) Univ. of N. Y. City, 1850; office, 187 La- 

Salle, 12 to 2; res., 2606 Prairie ave., before 
11, after 3; tel. 8022 and 2500. 

Gradle, Henry (R) Chi. Med., 1874; office, Central Music Hall, 
9:30 to 3; tel. 5558; res., Waukegan. Oculist, 
Michael Reese Hosp. 

Graham, C. (E) Bennett, 1876; 363 State, 10 to 3, 6 to 8; Sun., 

10 to 12. 

Graham, David W. (R) Bellevue, 1872; office, 133 Clark, 11 to 1; tel. 
1339; res., 105 Warren ave., 8 to 9,5:30 to 7:30; 
tel. 7026. Prof, of Surgery, Woman's Med. 
Col.; Prof. Surgical Emergencies, Chi. Train- 
ing School; Attg. Surg. Presbyterian Hosp. and 
Cent. Free Disp. 

Graham, James F. (R) Univ. of N. Y., 1880; office and res., 278 Bis- 
sell, 8 to 11, 2 to 5, nights. 

Gray, Albert S. (E) Bennett Med. Col., 1887; 103 State, 11 to 4. 

Gray, Allen W. (R) Chi. Med., 1868; office, 722 W. Lake, 10 to 12, 
3 to 5; res., 667 Fulton. 

Gray, Ethan A. (R) Rush, 1887; 667 Fulton. 

Gray, J. Lucius (R) Chi. Med., 1885; office, 70 E. Monroe; 12 to 2; 
tel. 80; at Co. Physician's Office before 9, after 
5; tel, 3655. Supt. Detention Hosp. Insane; 
Attg. Phys. Nervous Diseases, S. Side Free 
Disp. 

Gray, John T. (R) P. & S., N. Y., 1879; office, 181 W. Madson, 2 
to 5, 7 to 9; tel. 4152; res., 223 Colorado ave., 
till 1p.m.; tel. 7007. 

Graves, Kate I. (H) Hahnemann, 1885; office and res., 3629 Yin- 
cennes ave., 8 to 11, 5 to 8. 

Green, Isadore L. (H) Hahnemann, 1886; office and res., 315 Lin- 
coln ave., 9 to 12, 7 to 8; tel. 3317. 



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129 



Greenfield, C. E. (R) Rush, 1886; office, 378 Blue Island ave., 11 to 
12; res., 260- S. Halsted. 

Greensfelder, Louis A. (R) Chi. Med., 1887; Michael Reese Hosp.; 
tel. 8212. Interne Michael Reese Hosp. 

Greer, J. H. (E) Bennett, 1875; office and res. 109 Loomis. 

Greer, Robert (E) Office, 127 La Salle, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.; Sun., 10 
to 12; tel. 1339; res. 307 S. Oakley ave. 

Griffin, Byron Wilson, (R) Rush, 1876; 937 W. Madison, till 9, 
2 to 3, 6 to 7; tel. 7195. Lecturer on Dis- 
eases of Nervous System, Chi. Training School 
for Missionaries. 

Grigg.s, L. P. Office and res. 322 Mohawk. 

Griswold, W. R. (R) Albany, 1853; 22 Park ave., 8 to 9, 1 to 2:30, 
7 to 8; tel. 7018. 

Gross, James E. (H) Hahnemann, Phila., 1850; office, 48 Madison; 
tel. 2587; res. Hotel Woodruff. 

Gross, M. M. (H) Cleveland Horn., 1858; office and res. Hotel 
Woodruff, 11 to 1; tel. 8179. 

Grosvenor, Lemuel Conant, (H) Western Horn. Med. Col., Cleve- 
land, 1864; office and res., 185 Lincoln ave., 8 
to 10, 3 to 5; tel. 3404. Prof, of Sanitary Sci- 
ence in Chi. Homeo. Col. 

Guerin, J. (R) Rush, 1866; office, 3102 State, 10 to 12; res. 

4440 Michigan ave. 

Guffin, E. L. (E) Bennett, 1884; office, 125 State, 1 to 4; res. Oak 
Park. 

Gwynne, E. E. (H) Hahnemann, 1879; 407 Center, 8 to 10, 1 to 2, 
5 to 7. 



H 



Haerther, A. G. (R) Chi. Med., 1883; office, 64 State, 2 to 6; tel. 
2558; res., 696 W. Lake. 

Hahn, H. S. (R) 70 State, 10 to 12, 4 to 5; tel. 1336; res. 330 

Warren ave. 

Haight, Vincent, (R) 1001 Madison, till 10,4 to 8. Prof, of Anatomy, 
Am. Den. Col., Wed. and Sat., 9 to 10; tel. 7057. 

Haines,WalterS.(R) Chi. Med., 1873; office, Laboratory of Rush 
Med. Col.; res. Waukegan. Prof, of Chem- 
istry, Pharmacy and Toxicology, Rush Med. 
College. 

Halbert, H. V. (H) Hahnemann, 1887; 2400 Prairie ave., 8 to 9, I 
to 2, 5 to 6 ; tel. 8182. Adj. Chair of Anatomy, 
Hahnemann. 

Hale, Albert B. (R) Chi. Med. Col., 1886; 65 22nd; tel. 8286. 

Hale, Edwin M. (H) Cleveland Horn. Col., 1859; 65 22nd, 8 to 9, 
1 to 3, 7 to 8; tel. 8286. 

Hall, George A. (H) Homeo. Med. Col., Phila., 1856; office and res. 
2400 Prairie ave., 9 to 12, 7 to 8; tel. 8182. Sur- 
geon Hahnemann Hosp. 



130 Chicago Physicians. 



Hall, Geo. Cleveland, (E) Bennett, 1888; office, 533 State, 9 to 11, 3 
to 5; tel. 667; res. 3139 Butterfield, 7 to 9 p.m.; 
tel. 8330. 

Hall, Junius M. (R) P. and S. N. Y., 1874; office, McVicker's 
Theatre building, 12 to 2; res. 2 Washing- 
ton pi. 

Hall, Randolph N. (R) Rush, 1882; office, 210 W. Indiana, 10 to 11, 
5 to 6; tel. 4562; res. 676 W. Indiana, 11:30 to 
1; Sun., 12:30 to 1 :30; tel. 7064. 

Hall, R. S. (R) Rush, 1872; 883 W. Harrison till 9, 4 to 5; tel. 

7124. Clinical Lecturer on Midwifery and 
in charge Outside Obsteric Dept., Worn. Med. 
College. 

Hall, William- E.(R) Rush, 1878; office aDd res., 3504 State, 2 to 4, 
7 to 9. 

Hallowell, Clement H. (H) Boston Univ. School of Med., 1879; 
3240 Cottage Grove ave., 2 to 4, 7 to 9 ; tel. 8354. 

Hammon, Glenn M. (K) Rush, 1881; office, 683 W. Adams, till 8, 12 
to 2; tel. 7216. 

Hammond, J. D. (R) Rush, 1884; 240 Wabash ave., 8 a. m. to 7 p.m.; 
tel. 2810; res. Leland Hotel. 

Hancock, Joseph L. (R) Chi. Med. Col., 188S ; 3120 Vernon ave., 
9 to 11, 7 to 8; tel. 8494. 

Hanley, Wm. (R) Office, 193 Clark, 12 to 4; tel. 1339; res , 600 
VanBuren, 7 to 9, 6 to 8; tel. 7119. 

Hanna, E. A. (R) Chi. Med., 1886; 3857 Vincennes ave., 11 to 12, 
4 to 5, 7 to 8; tel. 9843. 

Hannah, Helen M. (H) Chi. Horn., 1881 ; office and res. 3030 Prairie 
ave., 8 to 10, 2 to 4; tel. 8108. 

Hanson, Z. P. (R) Rush, 1861; office and res. 306 Washington 
blvd., 7:30 to 9:30, 2 to 4, 6:30 to 7:30. 

Harcourt, Luke Arthur (R) Buffalo Med. Col., 1868; office and res. 
1214 W. Jackson, 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 7 to 8; tel. 7206. 

Harper, John E. (R) Univ. of N. Y., 1878; office, 163 State, 9 to 1: 
tel. 5480; 607 W. VanBuren, 4 to 6; res. 148 
Loomis. Prof, of Ophthalmology and Otology, 
Col. of P. & S.; Chief of Eye and Ear Dept., 
W. Side Free Disp.; Oculist at 111. Charitable 
E. and E. Infirmary. 

Harris, D. J. (R) Univ. of Mich., 1864; office and res. 3145 Ver- 
non ave. 

Harris, M. L. (R) Rush, 1882; office and res. 482 Milwaukee ave., 
9 to 10, 1 to 3, 7 to 8, night; tel. 4029. 

Harrison, Wallace K. (R) Yale Col. Med., 1874; P. & S., Chi., 1882; 
office, 103 State, 11 to 3; tel. 1339; res. 295 N. 
State, till 9, 6 to 8; tel. 3537. Prof. Medical 
Chemistry, Col. P. & S. 

Hart, M. G. (E) Bennett, 1883; office, 511 State, 10 to 12, 2 to 4, 

7 to 9; tel. 667: res. 1558 Wabash ave., before 
10, and 5 to 7; tel. 8247. Prof, of Physiology, 
Bennett Col. 



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every accommodation. Having a large farm in connection 
with the grounds, I have my own dairy products, poultry 
yards, gardens and a fine livery. The fishing is fine, as the 
lakes abound in black bass, pickerel, etc. For accessi- 
bility, position, beauty of location, salubrity of atmosphere, 
and the purity of water from its numerous springs, it has 
no equal in Wisconsin. Parties seeking health or pleasure 
will be well repaid a visit to this Eden of the Northwest. 
The cuisine will be of the best the markets afford. Guests 
bringing their own conveyances and coachmen will find 
ample accommodation for them at 

Special rates to season guests, for which address the 
proprietress, 

MRS* J, A. BURTIS, 
Lock box 464. Oconomowoc, Wis. 



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Hartman, F. S. (R) Rush, 1885; office and res. 262 S. Halsted. 
Harvey, W. S. (fl) Hahnemann Med. Col.; office and res. 565 W. 

Madison, 8 to 9, 1 to 3, 7 to 8; Sundays, 9 to 10, 

2 to 4; tel. 7172. 
Hasbrouck, R. A. (E) Bennett, 1882; 511 State, 8 to 11, 2 to 4, 7 to-8. 
Hasse, F. (E) Bennett, 1883; office and res. 570 Milwaukee 

ave., till 10, 2 to 4. 
Hatfield, Marcus P. (R) Chi. Med., 1872; office, 3235 S. Park ave., 

8:30 to 9:30, 2 to 4; tel. 8544; res. 3301 Forest 

ave.; tel. 8161. Prof, of Diseases of Children, 

Chi. Med. Col.; Lecturer 111. Col. of Pharmacy; 

Phys. Children's Dept. S. Side Free Disp and 

Chi. Orphan Asylum. 
Hattermann, Carl(R) Rush, 1886; office and res. 994 Milwaukee ave., 

till 10, 12 to 3, 6 to 8. 
Haven, Joseph (R) Rush, 1880; office and res. 90 Warren ave., 12 

to 2; tel. 7225. Dean, X. W. Col. Dental. Surg. 
Ilawkes, William J. (H) Horn. Col., Phila., 1867; office, Central 

Music Hall, 1 to 4; tel. 2642; res. 241 Dearborn 

ave., till 9:30, 6 to 7:30; tel. 3037. Prof, of 

Materia Medicaand Therapeutics, Hahnemann 

Med. Col. 
Hawley, George F. (R) P. & S., N. Y., 1867; office, 125 State, 12 to 

5; tel. 5442; res. 176 S. Ashland ave. Asst. 

Surg. Ear Dept., 111. Charitable E. and E. In- 
firmary; Surgeon, Throat and Chest Hosp. 
Hay, Walter (R) Columbia Univ., 1853; office, 243 State, 8 to 12, 

res. Hyde Park. Prof, of Nervous and Mental 

Diseases and Med. Jurisp., Chi. Med. Col. 
HaV' s, Edwin H. (H) Hahnemann Med. Col., 1884; office and res. 

243 State, 10 to 5; tel. 5349. 
Hayes, Justin (R) Cleveland Med. Col., 1850; office, 240 Wabash 

ave., 10 to 4; tel. 5457; res. Western Springs/ 
Hayes, Plymmon (R) Rush, 1872; office, 240 Wabash ave., 11 to 2; 

res. 159 46th, till 8, 6 to 7:30; tel. 9984. Prof. 

of Gynaecology and Electro-Therapeutics, 

Chi. Policlinic, Med. Dept. South Side Free 

Dispensary. 
HaymaD, L. B. (R) Rush, 1886; office, 71 Dearborn, 9 to 11; tel. 

5453; res. 372 W. Monroe, till 8:30, 4 to 8; tel. 

4736. Med. Dept. St. Luke's Hosp. Disp. 
Havman, William Henry (R) Rush, 1886; 530 W. Indiana, till 10, 

12 to 2, 5 to 7; tel. 7073. 
Ilayner, Jennie E. (R) Woman's Med., 1880; office, Central Music 

Hall, 1 to 2; tel. 2642; res. 192 W. Erie, 10 to 

12, 5 to 6; tel? 4612. 
Haynes, L. B. (R) Rush, 1886; 71 Dearborn, 9 to 11; tel. 2453; 
res. 372 W. Monroe, till 8:30, 4 to 8; tel. 4736. 
Ha) nes, C. M. (H) Homeo. Hosp. Col., Cleveland, 1877 ; office and 

res. 3838 Dearborn, 10 to 12. 



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Haynes, G. F. (E) Eclec. Med. Col. of Cin., 1871; office and res., 
3838 Dearborn, 4 to 6. 

Hays, J. R. (R) Vienna, 1863; 642 W. 21st. 

Heckenbach, J. A. (R and E) Bennett, 1882; office and res., 657 N. 
Halsted, 8 to 10, 2 to 4. 

Hedges, Samuel Parker (H) Hahnemann, 1867; office, Central Mu- 
sic Hall, 1 1 to 4 ; tel. 2642 ; res. cor. Evanston and 
Graceland aves., Lake View, 7 to 8. Con. Pliys., 
Chi. Nursery and Half-Orphan Asylum. 

Heegard, B. L. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1880; 174 Eugenie. 

Heffernan James (R) Rush, 1881; 106 State, 9 to 11, 2 to 4, 7 to 8. 

Heise, Ellen H. (R) Worn. Med., 1887; 1010 W. Harrison, 8 to 9, 

6 to 7; tel. 7201; Oak Park, Wed. and Sat., 2.30 
to 4. Asst. Chair of Anatomy, Worn. Med. Col. 

Helm, Scott (R) Rush, 1883; 204 31st, 1 to 2, 5 to 8; tel. 8042. 

Helmuth, Carl A. (R) Univ. of Berlin, 1844; office, 26 N". Clark, 3:30 

to 5; res. 624 Lincoln ave., 8 to 10, 1 to 3. 
Hemmi, Stephen A. (E) Bennett, 1884; office, 567 W". Chicago ave., 

7 to 9, 1 to 3, 7 to 9; cor. Wood and Division, 
10 to 11, 4 to 5; tel. 7093. 

Hempstead, C. W. (R) Univ. of Penn., 1852; office and res. 672 W. 

Monroe, till 9, 1 to 2; tel. 7023. 
Henderson, N. H. (R) P. & S., 1886; office, 516 Opera House bldg., 12 

to 2; res. Engiewood. 
Hendriks, J. W. (R) Office, 159 iNorth ave., 9 to 10, 1 to 2, 7 to 8; res. 

232 North ave.; till 8, 12 to 1, 6 to 7; tel. 3340. 
Henrotin, Ferdinand (R) Rush, 1868; office, Opera House bldg., 1 to 

2:30; tel. 3062; res. 353 La Salle ave., 7 to 8, 12 

to 12:30, 6:30 to 7:30; Sun., 8 to 10. 
Henry, F. H. (R) Chi. Med., 1886; office, 631 Center ave., 11 to 

12, 4 to 7; tel. 9137; 806 S. Ashland, 9 to 11; 

res., 240 W. 14th; tel. 9030. 
Hequembourg, J. E. (R) Rush, 1882; office, Cent. Music Hall, 11 to 

1 ; res, 513 Fullerton ave.. till 9, 7 to 8; tel. 3432. 
Herrick, James B. (R) Rush, 1888; Cook Co. Hosp. 
Herz, Karl (R) Karl Ferdinand Univ., Prague, Austria, 1884; 

448 N. Clark, 11 to 12, 4 to 6; tel. 3312. 
Hess, F. A. (R) Rush, 1873; 247 Division. 

Hessert, G. (R) Wurzburg, 1864; 267 Erie, 1 to 2; tel. 3054. 

Heuchling, Th. (R) Wurzburg, 1864; office, 218 La Salle, 2 to 3; 

tel. 5860; res. 509 N. Clark, 7 to 9, 12 to 1, 6 to 

8; tel. 3027. 
Hiatt, Alfred H. (R) Ohio Med. Col., 1846; office, 40 Cent. Music 

Hall, 11 to 4; tel. 2503; res. Wheaton, 111. 
Hickey, Rachel (R) Worn. Med., 1887; Cook Co. Hosp. Asst. Chair 

Anatomy, Worn. Med. Col. 
Hickox, K. L. (H) Hahnemann, 1887; 358 37th, 8 to 10, 4 to 6; 

tel. 9881. 
Higgins, Charles C. (R) Univ. of Iowa, 1863; office, Opera House 

bldg., 11 to 4; Sun., 12 to 2; tel. 1339; res. 324 

Wells, 7 to 9; tel. 3367. 



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Hildebrand, H. E. (E) Bennett, 1877; office, 426 State, 8 to 10, 2 to 
5, 7 to 9; tel. 306; res. 2407 Dearborn. 

Hillegas, W. R, (R) Albany, 1881; office and res. 3600 Vernon ave., 
8 to 10, 3 to 5, 7 to 8. 

Hinde, Alfred (R) Rush, 1878; 16 Laffin, till 8, 4 to 7. 

Hinish, W. W. (R) Miami, 1875; office, 155 AYashington; res. 229 
Wilmot ave. 

Hinkle, Abbie A. (H) Hahnemann 1887: office and res., 996 Mil- 
lard ave., 8 to 10:30, 5 to 8. 

Hinz, Augusta (R) Kiel, Germanv, 1866; office and res. 399 Divi- 
sion, 8 to 9, 2*to 5; tel. 3152. 

Hoadley, Albert E. (R) Chi. Med., 1872; office and res. 683 Wash- 
ington blvd., till 8, 11 to 12, 5 to 7; tel. 7020. 
Surgeon and Prof, of Anatomy, Col. P. & S., 
Chi.; Surg. Cook Co. Hosp. and Chi. Policlinic 
Hosp. ; Prof, of Surgery, Chi. Policlinic. 

Hoaa;, J. C. (R) Chi. Med., 1882; office and res, 305 E. Division, 

till 10, 6:30 to 7:30, eve.; tel, 3284. Demonstr. 
Histol., Chi. Med. Col. 

Hobart, Henry M. (H) Hahnemann, 1876: office and res. 402 Center, 
8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6 to 7; tel. 3109. Attg. Phys. at 
Chi. Nursery and Half-Orphan Asylum; Prof. 
Materia Medica, Chi. Horn. Med. Col. 

Hobbs, John O. (R) Chi. Med., 1872; office, 455 Center ave., 8 to 9, 
1 to 2, 6 to 7; tel. 9081; res. 432 AV. Jackson; 
tel. 4170. 

Hodson, F. A. (R) Wooster Univ., 1882; office and res. cor. Van 
Buren and Throop, till 9, 4 to 8, night; tel. 4188. 

Hoegelsber°;er, Franz C. (R) Univ. of Vienna, 1872; office and res. 
297 Clybourn ave., 7 to 9, 1 to 3, 7 to 9. 

Hoe°elsberger, Hans (R) Univ. of N. Y. Citv, 1884; office and res. 
297 Clybourn ave.. 9 to" 10, 5 to 7. 

Hoelscher, J. H. (R) Chi. Med., 1885; office and res. 451 North ave., 
till 9, 2 to 4, 7 to 9; tel. 3206. 

Hogan, Cornelius (H) Hahnemann, 1881; 126 S. Halsted, 10 to 12, 
3 to 5, 7 to 8:30; tel. 4068. 

Hogan, Sarah J. (E) Bennett, 1886; 279 N. May. 

Hollister, Elmer L. (R) Chi. Med., 1882; office, 171 22d. 9 to 11, 1 to 
4, 7 to 8:30; tel. 8165; res. 2123 Michigan ave. 

Hollister, John H. (R) Berkshire Med. Col., 1847; office, 70 Monroe, 
12 to 3; tel. 5480; res. 3440 Rhodes ave., till 8, 
after 6; tel. 9827. Prof, of Clinical Med., Chi. 
Med. Col.; Physician, Mercy Hospital. 

Holmboe, A. (R) Col. P. & S., Chi., 1886; 196 Wells; tel. 3664. 
Asst. Surgeon, Emergency Hospital. 

Holmes, Bayard (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1885; office, 125 State, 1 to 2; 
tel. 9910; res. 1535 Bowen ave., till 10, after 4. 

Holmes, Ed. L. (R) Harvard, 1854; office, 112 Clark, 10 to 1; res. 
530 W. Adams. Prof, of Diseases of Eye and 
Ear, Rush Med. Col.; Attg. Oculist and Aurist, 
Presbyterian Hosp.; Senior Surg., 111. Charita- 
ble E. and E. Infirmary. 



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Holmes, Saul J. (R) Rush, 1876; N. Y. Med. Univ., 1877; office and 
res. 315 Fulton, 1:30 to 2:30, 7 to 9; tel. 4193. 
Lecturer on Pathological Anatomy and Patho- 
logical Histology. Rush Med. Col. 

Holroyd, Eugene E. (RfCol. P. & St, Keokuk, 1878; office and res. 
412 Park ave., till 9, 1 to 3, 6 to 7:30; tel. 7106. 

Hood, C. T. (R & H) Col. P. & S., 1884; office and res. 255 Western 
ave., 8 to 9,1 to 2, 6:30 to 7:30; tel. 7126 and 7249. 

Hooper, Henry (R) Harvard, 1869; office and res. 215 Dearborn ave., 
till 8, 12 to 1, 5 to 7; at Alexian Hosp. 8 to 9 
a.m.; tel. 3171. 

Hopkins, J. F. (R) Chi. Med , 1860: office and res. 171 Park ave., 
till 9, 12 to 2, after 6; tel. 7002. 

Horn, F. S. (E) 125 S. Western ave. 

Hosmer, Arthur Burley (R) Chi. Med., 1875; office, 168 Dearborn, 

8 to 8:30; 6:30 to 7:30; tel. 3330; res. 70 Mon- 
roe, 1:30 to 3; tel. 80. 

Hottenroth, A. (R) Leipsic, 1859; 498 Wells; tel. 3143. 

Hotz, Ferdinand Carl (R) Heidelberg Univ., 1865; office, 103 State, 

9 to 1; res. 109 S. Morgan. Attg. Surgeon, 111. 
Charitable E. and E. Infirmary. 

Howard, William A. (R) Rush, 1882; office, 208 S. Halsted, 10 toll, 

1 to 2, 7 to 9; tel. 4092; res. 977 W. Polk, till 

9, 12, 4 to 6; tel. 7152. 
(R) Univ. of Mich., 1886; office, 336 W. 12th, 2 to 

6; tel. 4061; res. 529 13th place, till 10; tel. 

7162. 
(E) Bennett, 1886; office and res. 257 W. Madison, 

9 to 11, 1 to 3. 
(E) Bennett, 1878; office and res. 239 W. Chicago 

ave., 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 6 to 9. 
(R) Hanover, N. II., 1842; 255 W. Madison, 10 to 

12, 1 to 5. 
Hoyne, Temple S. (H) Bellevue, 1865; office and res. 1833 Indiana 

ave., 8 to 9:30, 1 to 2, 5 to 7; tel. 8570. Prof. 

of Skin and Venereal Diseases, Hahnemann 

Hosp. Col. 
(R) P. & S., '88; 339 W. Harrison, 8 to 9, 3 to 8, tel. 4560 
(R) Univ. of Mich., 1878; office and res. 5 Wash- 
ington pi., till 9, 12 to 2, 6 to 7; tel. 3601. 
(II) Hahnemann, 1884; office, 3900 Cottage Grove, 

9 to 10, 2 to 4, 7 to 8; tel. 9817 ; res. 245 E. 43d, 

till 8:45, 11 to 1, 5 to 6; tel. 9913. 
(R) Albany, 1856; 11 Clarkson ct. 
(R) Rush, 1884; 410 La Salle ave.; tel. 3312. 
(R) P. ct S., St. Louis, 1887; office and res. 348 

■Michigan ave. 
(R) Miami, 1855; Jefferson, 1856; 878 Fulton. 
Hunt, William Carleton (R) Rush, 1852; office, 41 Clark, 2 to 4; tel. 

5453; res. 384 N. State, 8 to 9, 7 to 8; tel. 3324. 



Howe, E. J. 

Howe, Julia R. 
Howe, O. B. 
Howe, S. W. 



Hueston, D. P. 
Huff, O. N. 

Huffaker, T. S. 



Hunt, D. W. 
Hunt, Geo. C. 
Hunt, II. M. 

Hunt, J. S. 



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Hunter, E. W. (R) Rush, 1877; office, 103 State, 10 to 2; tel. 642; 

res. 2228 Prairie ave., 8:30 to 9:30, 4 to 5, 7 to 8; 

tel. 8332. 
Hunter, Robert (? ) Univ. of N. Y. City, 1846; 103 State, 9 to 4. 
Hurlbut, Horatio N. (R) Starling, O., 1840: 2332 Prairie ave. 
Hurlbut, V. L. (R) Rush, 1852: office and res., 204 Dearborn, 8 to 

10, 2 to 4; tel. 1897. 
Hurlbut, John E. (R) Wooster, 1861; office, 108 Washington; res., 

138 Park ave. 
Hurst, N.N. (R) Jefferson, 1873; 3906 State, 8 to 10, 1 to 2, 8 to 

9; tel. 9853; res. 5100 Wentwarth ave., 4 to 5; 

tel. 35, (Englewood Ex.) 
Hutchins, A. V. (H) Hahnemann, 1883; 358 Western ave., till 10, 1 

to 2, 6 to 8; tel. 7006. 
Hutchins, John W. (R) Harvard, 1858; 125 State, 3 to 5; res. 384 

W. Adams, till 10, after 6; tel. 4169; Attg. 

Phys., Cent. Free Disp. 
Hutchinson, J. M. (R) Chi. Med., 1867; 173 Blue Lland ave., 9 to 

10, 2 to 3; tel. 7031 : res. 547 W. Jackson, 6 to 7. 
Hutchinson, Mahlon (R) Bellevue, 1881; 103 State, 11 to 4; res. 

Edgewater; tel. 5442. 
Hyde, James N. (R) Univ. of Penn., 1869; 240 Wabash ave., 10 to 2; 

res. 2409 Michigan ave. Prof, of Skin aid 

Venereal Diseases, Rush Med. Col.: Derm. 

Presbyterian Hosp.; Consulting Phys., Chi. 

Hosp. for Women and Children; Med. Staff, 

Michael Reese Hosp. 
Hyde, Maranda (E) Bennett, 1878; 259 W. Madison, 9 to 4; tel. 

4310 and 4521. 



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Illingsworth, G. M. (R) Chi. Med., 1874; 159 North ave., 8 to 10, 12 
to 1, 6 to 8; tel. 3340; res. lot) North ave., 1 to 2. 

Ingalls, Frank M. (R) Ru<h, 1888; 966 W. Lake, at 9, 1 to 2, 7 to 8; 
tel. 7142; res. 805 W. Monroe, till 9, 12 to 1, 6 
to 7. 

Ingalls, E. Fletcher (R) Rush, 1871; 70 State, 10 to 2; res. 507 W. 
Adams until 8, after 7; tel. 7036. Prof, of 
Laryngology, Rush Med. Col.; Med. Staff, 
(diseases of the throat and chest) St. Joseph's 
Hosp.; Attg. Phys., Cent. Free Disp.; Prof, of 
Diseases of Chest and Throat, Women's Med. 
Col. 

Infills, Ephraim(R) Rush, 1847; 34 Throop, 8 to 9, 1, to 3; tel. 4077. 

Ingraham, Sereno W. (E) Bennett, 1877; 207 Clark, 11 to 4; tel. 
1399; res. 721 Washington boul., 7 to 8, 6 to 
7:30; tel. 7175. Phys., Newsboys' Home. 



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Irwin, John Louis, (R) McGill, 1879; 200 E. Erie, 8 to 9; 1 to 3, 7 
to 9; tel. 3045; House Phys. St. Vincent's In- 
fant Asylum. 

Irwin, M. F. (R) 389 W. Randolph, 10 to 12, 1 to 4. 

Isham, George S (R) Chi. Med. 1884; 70 E. Monroe, 10 to 12; res. 
321 Dearborn ave., 2 to 4; tel. 3172; Clinical 
Asst. to Prof. Surgery, Chi. Med. Col. 

Isham, Ralph N.(R) Univ. of N. Y., 1854; 70 Monroe, 12 to 2; res. 
321 Dearborn ave., until 9, after 6; tel. 3172. 
Prof, of the Principles and Pr. of Surg, and Clin. 
Surg. Chic. Med. Col,; Con. Surg. Presbyte- 
rian Hosp.; Attg. Surg. Emergency Hosp. and 
North Star Disp. 

Ives, Franklin B. (R) Rush, 1850; 125 State, 1 to 4; tel. 5442; res. 
3226 Calumet ave. 

J 

Jackson, A. Reeves, (R) Med. Dept. Penn., 1848; 271 Michigan 
ave., 10 to 12; tel. 630. Pres. and Prof. Gyne- 
cology, Col. P. & S.; Chief Gynaecological 
Dept., W. Side Free Disp. 

Jackson, W. M. (R) Chi. Med. 1879; 871 W. 22d, 10 to 12, 3 to 5. 

Jacobs, T. K. (R) Med. Col., Ohio, 1880; 1801 State, 10 to 12, 3 
to 5, 7 to 9; tel. 8202; res. 189 25th, till 8, 12 to 
1,5 to 7; tel. 8606. 

Jacobsen, Harold (R) Kiel (Holstein) Germany, 1881; 2622 Cottage 
Grove. 8 to 9, 11 to 1, 5 to 7. 

Jacobson, Sigismund D. (R) Copenhagen, 1862; 257 Milwaukee ave., 
8 to 9, 1 to 3, nights, tel. 4011. Prof. Surgery, 
Chi. Polyclinic; Consulting Surg., German 
Hosp. 

Ja-?ard, William Wright (R) Univ. Penn., 1880; 2330 Indiana ave., 
till 10, 12 to 2, 6 to 7; tel. 8457. Prof. Obstet- 
rics, Chi. Med. Col.; Obstetrician, Mercy 
Hosp.; Gynaecologist S. Side Dispensary. 

Jaques, W. K. (R) Chi. Med., 1887; 3102 State, 11 to 12, 3 to 4, 
7 to 8; tel. 8166. 

Jay, Milton (E) Ec. Med. Inst., Cincinnati, 1859; N. W. cor. 

State and Madison, 2 to 5; tel. 624; res. 2510 
Indiana ave.; tel. 8136. Dean and Prof, of 
Surgery, Bennett Col., Pres. Nat. Eclectic 
Med. Ass'n. 

Jennings, P. G. (R) Laval Univ., 1876; 3452 Halsted, 1 to 3 and 
after 7; tel. 9589. 

Jensen, P. C. (R) Univ. of Mich., 1882; Chicago Opera House 
bldg., 10 to 12, 1 to 4, 7 to 8, (except Sun. and 
Wed.); tel. 1206. 

Jerome, Levi R. (R) Diploma Lewis Co. Med. Soc, 1844; 152 La 
Salle; room 13, 12:30 to 3; res. Stone ave., 
LaGrange, till 9, after 4. 



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Jesperson, Thomas (R) Rush. 1888; 1606 Milwaukee ave., 8 to 10, 4 
to 7. 

Jirka, Frank J. (R) Rush, 1880; 631 Centre ave., 9 to 10:30; 2 to 
3; cor. 12th and Jefferson, 11 to 12, 4 to 5; tel. 
9157; res. 804 S. Ashland ave., tel. 9137. 

Johnson, Claes William (R) Rush, 1880; 111 E. Chicago ave., till 9, 
12 to 2, 6 to 8; tel. 3214. House Surg , St. Jo- 
seph's Hosp.; Phys. and Surg. Swedish Home, 
Mercy. 

Johnson, Frank S. (R) Chi. Med., 1881; 4 16th, 9 to 12, 6 to 7; tel. 
8239. Prof. Gen. Pathology and Path, Anat- 
omy, Chi. Med. Col. 

Johnson, H. A. (R) Rush, 1852; 4 16th, 9 to 1; tel. 8239. Emer- 
itus Prof. PriD. and Pr. Med. and Clin. Med., 
Chi. Med. Col., Consulting Physician Mercy 
Hospital. 

Johnson, Joseph H. S. (H) P. & S., 1883; Hahnemann, 1884; 915 
W. North ave., till 9, 12 to 1, after 6 ; tel. 4624. 

Johnson, W. J. (R) Chic. Med., 1868; Chic. Col. Dental Surg., 
1885; 300 Thirty-first; tel. 8145. 

Johnstone, Stuart, (R) P. & S., Chi., 1886; 134 S. Halsted, 9 to 10, 2 
to 3, 7 to 8; tel. 4133; res. 595 W. Monroe, till 
8:30, 1 to 1:30, after 6:30; tel. 7205. 

Jones, R. W. (R) P. & S., 1884; cor. Halsted and Washington, 3 
to 5; tel. 4031; res. 310 Loomis, 8 to 10, 1 to 2, 
7 to 8; tel. 7110. Clinical Instructor K Side 
Disp. 

Jones, Samuel J. LL.D., Univ. of Penn., 1860; Argyle bldg.; 9:30 
to 1, 4 to 5; tel. 2466; res. 487 Dearborn ave.; 
tel, 3014. Prof. Ophthalmology and Otology, 
Chi Med. Col.; Oculist and Aurist, St. Luke's 
Free Hosp. 

Joy, H. W. (R) Chi. Med., 1882; cor. State and Harrison, 11 :30 

to 12:30, 4 to 5, 8 to 9, Sun., 3 to 5; tel. 22; cor. 
Clark and Harrison, 10 to 11, 7 to 8; tel. 1401; 
res. 1355 Wabash ave. 

Julson, J. Univ. Christiani, Norway, 1849; 246 Milwau- 

kee ave., 8 to 10, 1 to 2, 5 to 8; tel. 4011. 

' K 

Kadison, A. P. (R) Munich, 1874; 503 S. Canal, till 10, 5:30 to 7:30. 
Kales, John D. (R) Harvard, 1887; 353 N. Clark, 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30; 

Res. 291 Huron, after 6 P. M ; Tel. 3125. 
Kalkstein, L. V. (R) Berlin, 1848; 252 Orchard, till 9, 3 to 6. 
Karst, F. A. (H) Hahnemann, 1877; 521 Wells, 9 to 11, 2 to 4, 

Tues., Wed. and Fri., 7 to 9 P. M. 
Kauffman, A. E. (R) Rush, 1885; 325 W. Madison, 11 to 12, 4 to 6, 

7 to 8; Sun., 12 to 1; Tel. 4521. Demonstrator 

Chemistry, Rush Med. Col. 



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Kean, John, (E) 167 Clark; res, 394 Washington Blvd. 
Kearsly, Mary J.(H) Worn. Hosp. Med , 1888; 2834 Main, till 9, 1 to 

3, after 7; tel. 7195. 
Keeler, Horatio (H) Hahnemann, 1872; 163 State, 1 to 3; res. 3543 

Prairie ave., till 9:30, 6 to 7. 
Kelleher, Michael W. (R) Bellevue, 1885; 287 W. 12th, 8 to 10:30, 2 

to 4. 
Kellner, M. G. (R) Rush, 1882; 358 Larrabee, till 9, 1 to 2, 6 to 9. 
Kemp, N. C. (H) Hahnemann Med. Col., Chic, 1886; 3904 Indi- 
ana ave., 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 6:30 to 7:30; Sundav, 

1 to 3; tel 9941. 
Kennedy, J. E. (R) Trinity Col., Toronto, 1861; Univ. Toronto, 

1866; 262 Walnut. 
Kenning, R. H. (R) P. and S., Maoitoha, 1883; 1333 W. Lake, 8 to 

10; 3 to 4; tel. 7217. 
Kerler, Chas. L. (R) Vienna, 1854; 509 W. 12th. 
Kerlin, E. lies, (R) Univ. of Penn., 1886; 159 North ave., 2 to 3; 

tel, 3340; res. 1102 N. Halsted, till 9; 11 to 1, 

5 to 7 and nights; tel. 3966. 
Kernahan, G. (R) Rush, 1880; cor. Randolph and Halsted, 10 to 

12, 2 to 5; night. 
Kerr, E. E. (R) Chi. Med, 1887; cor. 26th and Calumet ave., 

9 to 10, 12:30 to 2; after 7; tel. 8269. 
Kewley, J. R. (R) Chi. Med., 1886: 1700 Wabash ave., 9 to 11, 

3:30 to 5; tel. 8319; res. 3111 Wabash ave, till 

8:30, 1 to 2, after 7; tel. 8486. 
Kiernan, Jas. G. (R) New York City Univ., 1874; 69 Dearborn, room 

17; 10:30 to 1, 3 to 5:30; res. 3226 Forest ave. 
King, John Blair Smith (H) Hahnemann, Chic, 1883; 242 Wabash 

ave., 9 to 1, 2 to 5; tel. 5457; res. 5 Park Row; 

tel 8455; Prof, of Chemistry and Toxicology, 

Hahnemann, Chic. 
King, Oscar A. (R) Bellevue Med. Col., 1878; 70 Monroe, room 14, 

1 to 3; res. Geneva Lake, Wis.; Prof. Diseases 

of Mind and Nervous System, Col. P. and S., 

Chic; Chief Neurological Dept. W. Side Free 

Disp.; Supt. Oakwood Springs, Lake Geneva, 

Wis. 
King, Wm. (R) Louisville Med. Col.. 1832: 745 S. Halsted, 8 to 

10, 1 to 3, after 8; res. 725 S. Halsted; tel. 

9021. 
Kippax, J. R. (H) Hahnemann, 1869; 3134 Indiana ave., 8 to 9, 1 

to 2:30; tel. 8108; Secy, and Prof. Principles 

and Practice Med. and Med. Jur., Chi. Homeo. 

Med. Col. 
Kirschtein, H. (R) Bre^lau, 1862; 351 Clark, 8 to 9, 2 to 3; tel. 

1401; res. 2921 South Park ave. 
Kleene, F. (R) Rush, 1887; 318 Milwaukee ave., 8 to 10, 1 to 

3 after 7. 
Kleist, H. (R) 103 Clybourn ave., 8 to 10, 5 to 7. 



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Knoll, Walter F. (H)Chi. Horn. Med., 1879; 726 Washington bv., 6 

to 9, 1:30 to 3,6:30 to 7:30; tel. 7305. Prof. 

Physiology, Pathology and Minor Surgery, 

Chi. Homeo. Col. 
Knox, J. Suydam (R) P. and S., 1866; 70 Monroe; room 16, 3 to 4; 

tel. 80; res. 14 Loomis, till 8, 12 to 1, 7 to 8; tel. 

7294. Prof. Obstetrics, Rush Med. Col. 
Knox, R. C. (R) 1070 W. Harrison; tel. 7201. 

Koch, E. P. (R) Missouri Med. Col., 1881; 528 W. Indiana, S to 

9, 12:30 to 1:30, 3:30 to 4:30, eve.; tel. 7169. 
Koehn, J. W. (R) Iowa State Univ., 1885; 501-503 Chicago Opera 

House bldg., 10 to 12; 860 Milwaukee ave., till 

9, 1 to 3, after 7, Sundays till 10; tel. 4573. 
Koier, Charles M. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1883; N. W. cor. Division 

and Milwaukee ave., 8 to 10, 2 to 5, 6 to 8; tel. 

4518; res. 575 W. .North ave. 
Koier, Louis G. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1888; N. W. cor. Division 

and Milwaukee ave., 8 to 9, 4 to 5, 8 to 9; tel. 

4518; Dispensary hours, Thurs., 1 to 2; res. 

575 W. North ave. 
Koller, Charles (E) Bennett, 1881; 240 North ave., till 9, 2 to 4,7 

to 9; at 316 Sedgwick; tel. 3247 and 3366. 
Kopp, E. (R) Rush, 1884; 90 E. Chi. ave., 8 to 9, 12 to 2, 7 to 

8, night; tel. 3511 and 3152. 
Korssell, C. F. P. (R) Rush, 1886; 226 Wells, 8 to 9:30, 12 to 2, 6 to 

8. Surg. St. Joseph Hosp.; Phys. and Surg. 

Swedish Home of Mercy. 
Kossakowski, M. P. (R) Univ. Mich., 1884; 50 Ingraham, till 9, 1 to 

3, 7 to 8; res. 256 W. North ave. Pres. and 

Prof. Obstetrics Esculapian, Col. of Midwifery. 
Kreve, Paul (E) Bennett, 454 North ave., 8 to 10, 2 to 4, 6 to 8; 

tel. 3206. 
Krost, Joseph (R) Rush, 1881; 60 N. Clark; rooms 7 and 9, 8 

to 10, 1 to 4, night; tel. 3158 and 3182. 
Krueger, J. H. (H) Hahnemann, 1887; 907 35th, 8 to 10, 12 to 1 :30, 

6 to 7; 360 Blue Island ave.; 2 to 4:30; tel. 

9589. 
Krusemarck, Chas. (R) Rush, 1879; 125 22d, 9 to 11, 3 to 5, 7:30 to 

8:30; tel. 8184; res. 2414 Wabash ave., before 

8, 1 p. m , after 8:30; tel. 8031. 
Krusemarck, Wm. (R) 125 Clark, 10 to 2; tel. 1339; res. Maple- 
wood. 
Kuh, Edwin J. (R) Univ. Heidelberg, 1882; 18 Central Music 

Hall, 1 to 4:30; tel. 5642; res. 3125 Michigan 

ave., 7:30 to 8:30, 6 to 7; tel. 8086. 



Y 



La Barriere, Paul E. (R) Rush, 18S0 ; 2906 Archer ave., 8 to 9, 2 to 
4; tel. 8195. 



OAKWOOD i SPRINGS $ SANITARIUM, 

Lake Geneva, Wis. 




HOTEL LAKESIDE." 

SHE plans of the Sanitarium include three principal buildings— Hotels 
"Erb," " Maudsley" and " Lakeside."' About fifty patients can at present 
be accommodated in the two finished Hotels; the plans of which are such as to 
give to each patient a room, or a suite, as may be required. These communicate 
with the parlors and halls, so as to afford, in all suitable cases, the utmost free- 
dom and enjoyment of house and grounds. Or, when desirable, many of the 
most pleasant rooms can be entirely isolated from all others. By these plans 
therefore, it is possible to permit the greatest freedom and at the same time to 
protect every patient in the house from annoyance by any other. Cheerfulness, 
comfort and safety have b«en the controlling ideas in the architecture. No 
crowding is at any time permitted, and the number under treatment will be gov- 
erned, at all times an I entirely, by the best interests of the patients themselves. 

In summer we live much out of doors; in winter the buildings are thoroughly 
warmed in every room, parlor and chamber, from basement to attic, with perfect 
ventilation, and there is scarcely a room in the entire plan into which the sun 
may not shine, at some hour during the day. The Sanitarium is not only a sum- 
mer retreat, but a perfect home of winter comfort. 

For further information, class of patients admitted, etc., please see pages 16, 
121, and others. 

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Lackersteen, M. H. (R) King's Col., London, 1858; Univ. of St. An- 
drew's, Scotland; Royal Col. of Surg., England, 
1859; Royal Col. of Physicians, London, 1869; 
163 State, 1 to 4; tel. 5480; res. 3962 Cottage 
Grove ave., 9 to 12, 6 to 8; tel. 9850. 

(E) Bennett, 1872; 2203 Archer ave., 1 to 3, 7 to 9. 

(H) 378 N. Market. 

(R) Rush, 1875; 175 Howe, 8 to 9, 12 to 2, night. 

(R) Starling Med. Col., Columbus, O., 1885; 279 
Clark, 8 to 11:30, 4:30 to 9; tel. 1077; res. 254 
W. Jackson, 12 to 4; tel. 4311. 
Landreth, M. H. (H) Hahnemann, 1885; 2333 Wabash ave., 8 to 10, 
7 to 8; tel. 8133. 

(R) Rock River Med. Soc, Wis., 1847; 232 S. Hal- 
sted, 12 to 3, 5 to 8. 

(R) P. and S., 1887; 70 State, room 203, 2 to 5. 

(H) Hahnemann, 1878; Cent. Music Hall, 12:30 to 
3; tel. 2642; res. 2972 Calumet ave. Prof. 
Principles and Pr. Med., Descriptive and 
Practical Anatomy, Hahnemann. 
Larson, C. Frithiof (R) Rush, 1888; 2424 Wentworth ave., 8 to 10, 
1 to 3, 6 to 8; Sun., 8 to 9:30; tel. 8099. 

(R) Col. of P. and S., Chi , 1885; 514 Chi. Opera 
House, 12 to 2: tel. 9881; res. 3670 Indiana 
ave., till 9, after 6. 

(E) Bennett, 1885; 729 W. Indiana; res., Moreland. 

(R) Chi. Med., 1885; 804 W. North ave., 8 to 9, 1 
to 2, 6 to 7; tel. 4624. 

(R) Worn. Med., 1877; office and res., 846 Elk 
Grove ave., till 10, 4 to 6. 
Leavett, Sheldon (H) Hahnemann, 1877; 148 37th, 8 to 9:30, 12:30, 
2, 6 to 7:30; tel. 9847. Prof. Medical and Surg- 
ical Diseases of Women and Obstetrics, Hahn- 
emann ; Clinical Midwifery, Hahnemann 
Hosp. 
Le Caron, Henry (R) Detroit Med. Col., 1872; 177 La Salle ave. 
Lee, Edward W. (R) Royal Col. Surg., Ireland; 262 S. Halsted, 1 to 
3; tel. 4067; res. 101 Laflin; tel. 7058. 

(R) P. & S., 1886; 177 E. Chicago ave., 8 to 10, 
1 to 3, after 6; tel. 3274. 

(R) Eclectic Med. Inst, Cincinnati, 1871; Rush, 
1882; S. E. cor. Wabash ave. and Harrison, 8 
to 11, 1 to 3; tel. 1448; res. room 9, 367 Wa- 
bash av. 

(R) Royal Col. P. & S., London, 1886; Col. P. & S., 
Ontario, Canada, 1886; 4134 S. Halsted, 4:30 to 
6; tel. 9646; res. 3400 Indiana ave., 8 to 10, 12 
to 2, 6 to 8; tel. 8119. 
LeFevre, Wells (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1887; 56 Cent. Music Hall, 2 
to 4; tel. 5241; res. 191 Warren ave., till 9, 
after 7; tel. 7056. 



Lackner, E. 
Lakey, Anton 
Landis, E. M. 
"tandis, W. H. 



Lane, J. S. 

Lane, Myron E. 
Laning, C. E. 



Latta, U. G. 



Latimer, H. H. 
Lawson, L. E. 

Leake, Fanny 



Lee, Julius H. 
Leech, M. S. 

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Leigh, Clarence W. (R) Rush, 1883; 269 Chestnut, till 9, to 2, even- 
ings; tel. 3278. House Phys. and Surg., Chi. 
Policlinic. 

Leininger, Geo. (R) Wooster Univ., Cleveland, O., 1881; cor. Mil- 
waukee ave. and Lincoln, 10 to 12, 7 to 9 ; res. 
764 N. Wood; tel. 4705. 

Lemker, H. L. (E) Bennett, 1879; 397 N. Wells, 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 
6 to 8. 

Lennard, A. L. (H) 3872 Cottage Grove ave., 9 to 11, 2 to 5; res. 
3846 Vincennes ave; tel. 9843. 

Leonard, Raymond L. (R) Rush, 1869; 94 Wells, 9 to 10, 3 to 4; tel. 
3083. 

Le Roy, E. W. (H) Hahnemann, Phila., 1883; 130 Dearborn; res. 
246 Ogden ave. 

Le Roy, W. Gary (E) Bennett, 1881; 130 Dearborn, 9 to 11, 1 to 3; 
tel. 1339; res. Lombard. 

Lewis, Charles J. (R.) Rush, 1875; 733 Carroll ave.; till 9, 12:30 to 

I and 6 to 8. 

Lewis, W. F. (R) Rush, 1875; 133 Clark, 4 to 5; tel. 1339; res. 

619 W. Monroe, 12 to 2; tel. 7034. 
Lewis, W. H. (R) Univ. Mich., 1878; 118 33d, 11 to 12, 5 to 6; 

tel. 9810; res. 217 53d, till 9, after 6; tel. 9844. 
Liebig, Ed. (H) Horn. Col., Dresden, Saxony, 1864; 287 W. 

12tb, 8:30 to 9:30, 3:30 to 4:30; tel. 4378; res. 

962 W. Taylor, till 8, 1 to 3, 6 to 8; tel. 7135. 
Lilly, I. N. (R) Louisville, 1864; 422 W. 12th, 8 to 9, 1 to 3, 

evening. 
Lilly, T. A. (R) K'y School Med., 1864; 422 W. 12th, 11 to 12, 

3 to 4, 7 to 8. 
Lodor, Charles H. (R) Univ. of Penn., 1882; 3136 Indiana ave., be- 
fore 9, 12 to 1, 5 to 7; tel. 8490. 
Loew, Alex. (R) Univ. of Vienna, 1868: 3237 Michigan ave., 1 

to 3 ; tel. 8573. 
Lonergan, W. D. (R) Missouri Med. Col., 1879; 199 S. Clark, 8 to 9, 

II to 2, 5 to 7; tel. 1339. 

Look, Halleck Hart (R) Col. P. & S., N. Y., 1887; 70 State, 2 to 4; 

360 E. Division, 11 to 12; tel. 3284; res. 435 La 

Salle ave., 9 to 11. Assistant on Nose and 

Throat, Chi. Polyclinic. 
Loomis, Beach (R) Univ. of Vermont, 1870; il3 Madison, 1 to 

4; res. 145 S. Robey; tel. 7112. 
Lorenz, M. (R) Budweiss, 1872; 719 Allport ave., 8 to 9, 1 to 3, 

after 6; tel. 9104. 
Loring, J. Brown (R) McGill, 1883; Royal Col. S., England, 1884; 

674 W. Lake, 10 to 11, 7 to 8; Sun., 1 to 2; tel. 

7104. 
Lucas, A. C. (R) Univ. of N. Y., 1876; cor. Clark and Van 

Buren, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. 
Ludlam, E. M. P. (H) Hahnemann, 1861; 70 State, 2 to 4; res. 397 

W. Monroe, 8 to 9, 6 to 7; tel. 4195. 



140 Chicago Physicians. 



Ludlam, Reuben (H) Homeop. Dept. Univ. Perm., 1851; 1823 Mich- 
igan ave., 8 to 10, 2 to 4; tel. 8369. Prof, of 
Med. and Surg., . Diseases Women, and Ob- 
stetrics, Hahnemann Col.; Diseases "Women, 
Hahnemann Hosp. 

Ludlam, Ruben, Jr. (H) Hahnemann, 1886; 1823 Michigan ave., 10 to 
12; 4 to 6; tel. 8369. 

Luken, M. H. (R) Rush, 1873; 587 W. North ave., till 9, 12 to 2, 
after 6; tel. 4747. 

Lull, Richard (R) Rush, 1883; 234 S. Halsted, till 10, 1 to 2, after 
6:30; tel. 4067. 

Lundgren, Leonard (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1881; 29-30 Cent. Music 
Hall, 10 to 12, 3 to 6. . 

Lundgren, Sven A. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1883; 29 to 30 Cent. Music 
Hall, 10 to 12, 3 to 6. 

Lydston, G. Frank (R) Bellevue Hospital, 1879; 810-814 Chicago 
Opera House, 10 to 12, 2 to 6; res. 570 Fuller- 
ton ave.; tel. 3317. Lecturer Genito-Urinary 
and Venereal Diseases, Col. P & S.; Surgeon 
to W. Side Dispensary. 

Lyman, Henry M. (R) P. &S., N. Y., 1861; 69 Dearborn St., 1:30 to 
4, except Thurs.; res. 533 W. Adams, till 9, 
after 6; tel. 7130. Prof. Physiology and Dis- 
eases of the Nervous System, Rush Med. Col.; 
Att'g Phys. Presbyterian Hosp. and Central 
Free Disp.; Prof. Theory and Practice Med., 
Woman's Med. Col. 

Lynch, J. P. (E) Bennett, 1883; 3109 Wentworth ave. 

Lyon, H. N. (H) Hahnemann, 1888; 455 Washington bv.; tel. 

7298. 

Lyon, J. Harvey (R) Univ. Mich., 1878; 221 31st, 9 to 10, 1 to 2:30, 
6 to 8; res. 3126 Wabash ave., till 9, 5 to 6. 



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McArthur, Lewis L. (R) Rush, 1880; 600 Bay State bldg., 70 State, 
11 to 1; tel. 5558; res. 3305 Forest ave., till 9, 
after 6; tel. 8227. Prof. Chemistry, Chi. Col. 
Den. Surg.; Attg. Surg. St. Luke's, Michael 
Reese, and Chi. Orphan Asylum. 

McAuliff, E. L. (R) Rush, 1882; 2202 Michigan ave., till 9, 10 to 
12, 3 to 5, 7 to 9; tel. 8184. 

McCallister, C. H. (R) Jefferson, 1873; 424 State, 9 to 11, 3 to 5, 7 
to 9; tel. 1922; at 103 Adams, 12 to 2. 

McCarthy, William (R) McGill, 1867; 171 Blue Island ave., 9 to 10, 
2 to 4, 7 to 8; res. 397 W. Taylor. 

McCausland, J. W.(R) Rush, 1879; VanBuren and Loomis sts., 10 to 
12; 4 to 6. tel. 7213. 

McChesney, A. C. (R) Long Island, 1867; 73 Clark; res. 162 Ash- 
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McClure, V. C. (R) Geneva, 1846; 259 Warren ave., till 9, 12:30 to 
2, 6 to 7. 

McCormick, F. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1884; 516 S. Wood, 8 to 10, 2 
to 4, 6 to 7; tel. 7229. 

McCoy, J. C. (R) Univ. N. Y., 1887; 224 State; res. 348 Michi- 
gan ave. 

McCreight, S. Luther (R) Rush, 1885; 559 Ashland ave., till 9, 12 to 
2, 6 to 8; tel. 7011. 

McCullough, J. R. (R) Toronto, 1858; P. & S., 1883; 9 S. Halsted, 
11 to 12,1 to 3, 7 to 9. 

McDonald. Edw. V. (R) Harvard, 1885; 3102 State, 12 to 3, nights; 
tel. 8166. Mem. Med. Staff Cook Co. Hosp. 

McDonald, Peter (R) Rush, 1864; 351 Clark, 3 to 5; res. 2829, In- 
diana ave. 

McDonnell, John A. McGill, Canada, 1870; Buffalo Univ., 1875; 
Madison and Loomis, till 10, 2 to 4, 6 to 8; tel. 
7022; res. 471 Washington bv., 12 to 2. 

McFatrich, J. B. (E) Bennett, 1884; Hahnemann, 1885; 126 State, 
10 to 5; tel. 9922; res. 3408 Prairie ave.; Prof. 
Didactic and Clinical Ophthalmology and 
Otology, Bennett Col.; Ophthalmologist Ben- 
nett Hosp.; Prof. Eye and Ear, Benmtt Free 
Disp. 

McGaughey, J. A. (R) Chi. Med., 1883; Belvidere bldg., cor. Cot- 
tage Grove and 31st, 11 to 12, 3 to 5, 7:30 to 
8:30; tel. 8266. 

McGinley, J. B. (R) Rush, 1884; 119 E. Madison, 9 to 12:30, 2 to 
4:30; res. 778 W. Jackson, 7 to 8, night. 

McGorran, M. S. (R) Rush, 1888; Archer ave. and S. Clark, till 11, 
2 to 4, after 7; tel. 8081. 

McGorray, Chas. H. (R) Michigan Univ., 1882; 2505 Archer ave.; 
till 9, 2 to 4, nights; tel. 8333. 

McGrath, J. J. (R) Rush, 1888; 376 S. Halsted; tel. 4756. 

McGrath, M. H. (R) Rush, 1880; 1001 W. Lake, 10 to 12, 4 to 6; 
tel. 7072. 

McGregor, Wm. (R) Univ. N. Y., 1861; 78 S. Sangamon. 

Mcintosh, L. D. 143 Wabash ave., 8 to 5; res. Ravenswood. 

Mclntyre, Chas. J. (R) Trinity Med. Col., 1884; 864 W. Indiana, 8 
to 10, 12 to 2, 6 to 8; tel. 7279. 

McLean, M. G. (R) Rush, 1873; 10 S. Sheldon, 8 to 10, 2 to 4 and 
6 to 8. 

McLennan, A. S. (R) Royal Col. P. & S., Kingston, Canada, 1873 ; 
277 S. Halsted, room 2, 8 to 10, 2 to 3, 7 to 8; 
tel. 4067. 

McLeod, Edward S. (R) Iowa State Univ., 1877; 68 Randolph, 9 to 
8; Sun., 10 to 12. 

McNamara, J. R. (R) Col. P. & S., Chi., 1887; 3701 S. Halsted, 9 to 
11, 1 to 3, 7 to 9; tel. 9634. 

McNeal, D. W. 240 Wabash, 11 to 4; tel. 5457; res. 85 Page; 

tel. 7148. , 



142 Chicago Physicians. 



Mc Williams, S. A. (R) Chi. Med., 1866; 58 State, 11 to 12; res. 3456 

Michigan ave., 7 to 8 a. m., 6 to 7 p. m., Sun. 

2 to 3; tel. 8157. Prof. Clinical Medicine, 

Diseases of Chest, and Physical Diagnosis, 

Col. of P. & S. 
MacArthur, R. D. (R)McGill, 1867; 117 S. Clark, 11 to 1, 3 to 5; tel. 

3149; res. 414 Dearborn ave., 8 to 9; tel. 3149. 

Prof. Skin and Venereal Diseases, Chi. Poly- 
clinic; Mem. of Staff of Presbyterian Hosp. 

and Central Free Disp. 
MacGillis.W. C. (R) Royal P. & S., Montreal, 1881; 117 Clark, 8 to 

11, 1 to 3, after 5; tel. 1206. 
Mace, Abbie J. (R) Worn. Med. Col., 1884; 21 Central Music Hall, 

12 to 2; res. 1153 Taylor, 10 to 11, 6 to 7. 
Madison, F. M. (R) Col. P. & S., Keokuk, Iowa, 1884; 3212 Graves 

pi.; tel. 3366. 
Maher, J. (R) Rush, 1882; 303 Blue Island ave. 

Majeski, Wenzel(E) Breslau, Germany, 1866; Bennett, 1879; 748 

Noble. 
Major, Laban S. (E) Eclectic Med. Inst., Cincinnati, O., 1848; 951 

W. Harrison, till 9, after 4. 
Manierre, C. E. (R) Chi. Med., 1882; 229 La Salle ave., 1 to 2:30, 5 

to 7; tel. 3292; at 156 Oak, 11 to 12; tel. 3036. 
Mannheimer, M. (R) Heidelberg, 1863; 78 State, 1 to 3 p. m.; res. 

1822 Indiana ave. 
Manning, CD. (R) Rush, 1880; 163 Washington, 9:30 to 4:30; 

tel. 592; res., 193 Armitage, 8 to 9, after 4:30. 
Marble, W. H. (R) Chi. Med., 1887; 235 Illinois, 9 to 10, 2 to 4, 

after 7. 
Marcusson, W. Beringer(R) Rush, 1885; Harrison and Center ave., 

12 to 2, 4 to 5; tel. 4094; res. 429 Carroll ave., 

till 8, after 6; tel. 7009. 
Marguerat, E. (R) Univ., N.Y., 1850; 89 Randolph, 11 to 1,4 to 5; 

tel. 1339; res. 708 Monroe; tel. 7056. 
Marks, A. J. 339 31st, 12 to 2:30 p. m.; tel. 9824; res. 3847 

State, 9 to 11, 3 to 5, evening. 
Marley, J. W. (R) 3904 State, 9 to 12, 3 to 4, 7 to 9; res. Engle- 

wood. 
Marr, W. L. (R) Univ. Mich , 1874; 59 N. State, 10 to 12, 3 to 5, 

7 to 8. 
Marshall, Ira E. (R) Chi. Med., 1882; 628 W. Lake, 9 to 10, 4 to 5; 

7 to 8, night; tel. 7016 Assistant Surg., 111. 

Charitable Eye and Ear Disp, 
Marshall, John S.(R) Syracuse Univ., N7 Y., 1876; " Argyle," cor. 

Mich, and Jackson, 9 to 4; tel. 2570; res. 3343 

Prairie ave. Lecturer on Oral Surg., Chi. 

Med. Col.; Prof. Oral Surg, and Dean, Univ. 

Den. Col.; Oral Surg, and Dental Surg., 

Mercy Hosp. and St. Luke's Free Hosp. 
Martin, F. H. (R) Chi. Med., 1880; 163 State, 10 to 1; res. 3308 

Rhodes ave. 



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Martin, H. M. (R) 507 W. Van Buren. 

Martin, Louisa (R) Worn. Med., 1886; 729 W. Madison, 10 to 12, 

4:30 to 6; tab 7056. 
Martin, William (R) Chi. Med., 1867; 324 Blue Island ave., 11 to 1, 

5 to 6, 7 to 8; tel. 4602. 
Maschek, F. J. (R) Rush, 1882; 13i Canalport ave.; res. 606 Blue 

Island ave. 
Matter, Martin (R) Chi. Med., 1872; 3123 Wabash, 8 to 9, 1 to 3, 

7 to 8; tel. 8564. 

Matterson, J. (R) Chi. Med., 1878; 70 State, 1 to 3; tel. 2558; res. 

3166 Groveland. 
Matthei, Ph. H. (R) Rush, 1861; Goettingen, 1874; 246-248 S. Hal- 

sted, 2 to 4; at 136 Canalport ave., 11 to 12; res. 

51-53 Wisconsin. 
Maul, W. C. (R) Univ. Louisville, Kv., 1869; 3976 Drexel boul., 

8 to 9, 1 to 2; tel. 9817. 

Mauro, A. G. (R) Univ. Naples, Italy, 1861; 82 W. Madison, 8 to 
10, 2 to 4; tel. 4642; res. 196 N. Morgan, till 8, 
after 6 

Maynard, J. G. (R) Univ. Pa., 1856; 3312 Rhodes ave., 9 to 12, 

2 to 5. 

Mead, Edward (E) 496 Milwaukee ave. 

Meek, J. W. (R) Rush, 1881; 182 Park ave., till 9, 12 to 2:30 and 

evening. Prof. Chemistry, Am. Col. Dent. 

Surg. 
Meeker, Lysander (R) Keokuk, Iowa, 1857; 134 Van Buren, room 

10 Exchange bldg., 10 to 4; res. Cheltenham. 
Mellinger, J. H. (R) Univ. Penn., 1874; 10 N. Carpenter. 
Mellish, E. J. (R) Rush, 1886; Cook Co. Hosp.; tel. 7133; Interne, 

Cook Co. Hosp. 
Melius, R. (R) Chi. Med., 1881; 659 W. 12th, 7 to 9, 2 to 4, 7 to 

9; tel. 7011. 
Mentzel, Carl Meyers (R) Univ. Berlin, 1853; 23 Eugenie, 8 to 9, 

3 to 7; tel. 3208. 

Mercer, Frederick W. (R) P. & S., N. Y., 1862; 37 26th; res. 2600 
Calumet, 9 to 10, 1 to 2, 7; tel. 8524. 

Merckle, H. (R) Wurzburg, 1858; 1528 Michigan ave., 1 to 3; 

tel. 8059. 

Mergler, Marie J.(R) Worn. Hosp. Med., 1879; Central Music Hall, 

11 to 12:30; tel. 2558; res. 29 Waverly pi. 
Secy, and Prof. Gynaecology, Worn. Med. Col. 

Merrick, J. C. (R) Rush, 1867; Garfield House, cor. Armitage and 

Milwaukee aves, 9:30 to 10:30, 1:30 to 3, after 

7; res. 1061 N. Western ave., 8 to 9, 12 to 1, 

5:30 to 6:30. 
Merrill, S. B. L. (R) P. & S., 1886; 98 Harrison, 11 to 1, 4 to 6, 7 to 

8; tel. 1642; res. cor. Throop and 12th, 8 to 10, 

2 to 4, night. 
Merriman, Henry P. (R) Chi. Med., 1865; 2239 Michigan ave., 11 to 

1; tel. 8047. Lecturer on Gynaecology, Rush 

Med. Col. 



144 Chicago Physicians. 



Messinger, C. D. (E) Bennett, 1883; Central Music Hall, 1 to 5; res. 

913 W. Monroe. 
Messinger, E. D. (E) Bennett, 1887; Central Music Hall, 3 to 4; tel. 

2642; res., 913 W. Monroe, 9 to 11, 5 to 8; tel. 

7195. 
Meyer, Baltazar (R) Univ. of Norway, 1877; 241 Milwaukee ave., 

12:30 to 1:30, 6 to 7; res. 60 Fowler, till 10, 

3 to 6; tel. 4203. 
Meyer, Friedrich B. (R) Berne, 1840; 56 W. 19th, 8 to 10, 2 to 3, after 

6; tel. 9021. 
Meyer, Lucy Rider (R) Woman's Hosp. Med. Col., 1887; 114 Dear- 
born ave., Chi. Training School for Missions. 
Michelet, W. E. J. (R) Rush, 1879; 503 W. 12th, till 9:30, 12 to 

2:30, after 6. 
Miessler, E. G. H. (H) Hahnemann, 1873; 737 S. Halsted, 8 to 10, 

1 to 3, 6 to 8; tel. 9021. 
Miller, Adam (H) N. Y. Univ., 1847; 172 Ashland ave., 8 to 10, 1 

to 3. 
Miller, Bruce (R) P. & S., 1886; 3552 S. Halsted, 9 to 11, 3 to 5, 

7 to 8; tel. 9621; res. 3616 La Salle; till 8:30, 
12 to 2, 5:30 to 6:30, after 8. 

Miller, B. C. (R) Rush, 1868; 3033 Groveland ave., till 10, 3 to 

6, at night; tel. 8354. 
Miller, De Laskie (R) Geneva, N. Y., 1842; 2011 Prairie ave., 12 to 

2. Prof. Obstetrics and Diseases of Children, 
Rush Med. Col.; Attending Phys. for Diseases 
of Children and Accouchers, Presbyterian 
Hosp.; Attending Obstetrician St. Luke's Free 
Hosp.; Consulting Phys. Woman's Hosp.; Phys. 
Home for Incurables. 

Miller, Geo. W. (R) 2719 State. 

Miller, O. G. (R) Chi. Med. Col., 1888; 82 Wells, 9 to 11, 2 to 4, 

after 7* tel. 3426. 
Miller, Truman W. (R) Geneva, N. Y.', 1863; 211 Opera House bldg., 

12 to 3; res. 1071 N. Clark, till 8, 5 to 7; tel. 

3213. 
Miller, William E. (R) P. & S., 1887; 900 W. 21st, 10 to 11, 3 to 4; 

tel. 9204; res. 1111 S. California ave., till 9, 12 

to 2, after 6; tel. 9058. 
Mills, J. Lee (R) Univ. Mich., 1860; 38th and Archer ave., 7 to 

9, 12 to 1,5 to 9; tel. 9505. 
Mills, James P. (H) Hahnemann, Philadelphia, 1874; 903 Monroe, 

8 to 9, 1:30 to 3:30, 6 to 7; tel. 7050. 
Mintie, R. L. (E) Bennett, 1881; 182 W. Madison, room 6. 
Mitchell, Clifford (H) Chi. Horn., 1878; 70 State; 4 to 6; 44 16th. 

Prof. Chemistry and Toxicology, Chi. Horn. 

Med. Col. 
Mitchell, J. S. (H) Bellevue, 1865 ; 2954 Prairie ave., 8 to 9, 2 to 4 

tel. 8702. Pres. and Prof. Institutes and 

Prac. of Med., Chi. Horn. Med. Col. 
Mitter, Robert (R) Rush, 1882; 387 Blue Island ave., 8 to 10, 1 to 

3, after 7; tel. 4160. 



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Mixer, Mary A. (R) Worn. Med., 1884; 1931 Indiana ave., 9 to 12; tel. 

8332. Lecturer on Histology, Woman's Med. 

Col.; Staff of Hosp. for Women and Children. 
Montgomery, Frank H. (R) Rush, 1888; 240 Wabash ave., 10 to 2; 

res. 193 S. Lincoln. 
Montgomery, L. B. 118 Park ave., morning and evening. 
Montgomery, Liston H. (R) Chi. Med., 1871; 189 Randolph, 2 to 6, 

Sunday 12 to 2; tel. 1163; res. 118 Park ave., 

till 8, after 6; tel. 7066. Med. Inspector, N. 

W. Division. 
Montgomery, W. A. D. (R) Victoria Med., 1881; 131 Dearborn ave., 

till 9, 12:30 to 2, and 6 to 7:30; tel. 3125. 
Montgomery, William T.(R)Rush, 1871; 112 S. Clark, 10 to 1; res. 

592 W. Van Buren. Prof. Ophthalmology and 

Otology, Woman's Med. Col.; Attg. Surg., 111. 

Char. Eye and Ear Infirmary; Attg. Phys., 

Central Free Disp. 
Moore, Blanche (R) Worn. Hosp. Med., 1886; 8 Central Music Hall, 

2 to 4; res. cor. Garfield and Lincoln aves., till 

8, 10:30 to 1,5 to 7; tel. 3634. 

Moore, C. F. (R) Rush, 1888; 254 S. Halsted, 9 to 12, 6 to 8; tel. 

4067. 
Moore, D. G. (R) Rush, 1879; 721 Elston ave., 9 to 10, 1:20 to 3, 

5 to 6; res. 643 N. Hoyne, 12 to 1:30, after 6; 

tel. 4648. 
Moore, French (R) Rush, 1880; 1536 Ogden ave., till 9, 12 to 1, 

after 6 
Moore, Willis F. (R) Rush, 1880; 3835 State, till 9, 2 to 4, 7 to 8; 

tel. 9824; at 2204 Archer ave., 10 to 11. 
Moran, M. Connor (R) Rush, 1882; 220 Milwaukee ave., 8 to 10, 2 to 

4, and 7 to 9; tel. 4612. 
Morey, A. C. (A) Jefferson, 1857; 182 W. 12th, 4 to 5 p. m.; tel. 

4049; res. 534 Claremont ave., till 9, 12 to 3, 

evening till 7:30; tel. 7289. 
Morey, N. Derexa (R) Worn. Med., Chi., 1885; 885 W. Adams, till 

9, 10:30 to 12:30, 6 to 7; tel. 7195. Asst. to 
Chair of Physiology, Worn. Med. Col. 

Morgan, William Edward (R) Chi. Med., 1882; 3160 State, 9 to 10, 
5 to 6; tel. 8330; res. 34 E. 29th, 12 to 2; tel. 
8210. Demonstrator Operative Surgery, Chi. 
Med. Col.; Surgeon, South Side Disp. 

Morgan, W. H. (R) Rush, 1874; cor. Center ave. and 14th, 10:30 to 
12; res. 454 W. Jackson, till 9, 12 to 2 p. m., 
evening; tel. 4089. Clinical Asst. Chair of 
Diseases Children, Rush Med. Col. 

Morin, Denis (H) Hahnemann, 1884; 172 Blue Island ave., 9 to 
11:30,3 to 5 and evening; tel. 4673; res. 109 
Blue Island ave. 

Morrison, J. P. (R) Univ. Mich., 1868; 3030 Michigan ave. 

Morris, Henrietta K. (E) Bennett, 1885; Central Music Hall, 2 to 5; 
tel. 5642; res. 300 Washington boul. 



146 Chicago Physicians. 



Mott, J. W. (R) Rush; 12th and Ashland ave., 8 to 9, 1 to 3. 

Moyer, Harold (R) Rush, 1879; 434 W. Adams, till 9, 12:30 to 

1:30, 6 to 7:30; tel. 4703. County Phys. Cook 

Co., Asst. Chair Diseases Nervous System, 

Rush Med. Col. 
Mueller, Ida (R) Wittenberg, Germany, 1880; 651 W. Monroe. 
Mulflnger, J. L. (R) Rush, 1880; 583 Halsted, 10 to 10:30, 1 to 3, 7 

to 8; tel. 9006; res. 942 W. Jackson, 8 to 9, 5 

to 6, after 9; tel. 7091. 
Mullan, E. A. (R) Jefferson, 1874; 722 W. 21st, till 9, 12 to 2 and 

evenings; tel. 9151. 
Munn, Katherine D. (E) Bennett, 1882; 243 State, 3 to 5; res. 3728 

Dearborn. 
Munsell, Anson (R) Chi. Med., 1871; 2724 State. 
Munzer, Isador (R) P. & S., 1884; 60 Canalport ave., till 10, 12 to 

2, after 5. 
Murdock, E. P. (R) Rush, 1880; 161 W. Madison, 3 to 4; res. 148 

Loomis, till 8, 1 to 2, evening; tel. 7179. 

Lecturer on Gynseology Col. P. & S., Chi.; 

Lecturer on Throat and Voice, Am. Conserva- 
tory of Music. 
Murphy, John B.(R) Rush, 1879; 262 S. Halsted, 1 to 3; tel. 4067; res. 

36 Throop. 



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Neel, W. D. (R) Univ. of Louisville, 1879 ; Erie and Noble, till 
9, 12 to 1:30, 5:30 to 7:30; tel. 4564. 

Neill, W. J. (R) Rush, 1880; 126 Milwaukee ave., 2 to 3, 7 to 8, 
tel. 4288; res. 296 N. Lincoln, till 9, 5 to 6, 
nights; tel. 7087. 

Nelson, Daniel T. (R) Amherst, 1864; Harvard, 1865; 125 State, 10:30 
to 12:30; res. 2400 Indiana ave., 8 to 8:30, 7 to 
7:30; tel. 8107. Adj. Prof. Gynecology, Rush 
Med. Col.; Surg. Woman's Hosp. 

Newman, Henry Parker (R) Detroit Med. Col., 1878; 65 Randolph, 
12 to 2; tel. 5558; res. 554 W. Monroe, till 8, 

6 to 7; tel. 7199. Lecturer on Obstetrics, Prof. 
Diseases of Children, Col. P. & S.; Gynaecolo- 
gist, Chi. Policlinic; Gynaecologist, West Side 
Free Disp. 

Newton, George W. (R) Univ. Penn., 1884; 197 E. Madison, 11 to 1; 

tel. 1324; res. 971 W. Van Buren, till 9, 2 to 

3:30, after 6; tel. 7126. 
Nichols, Stella B. (R) Worn. Med. Col., 1882; 230 Ogden ave., 10 to 2; 

tel. 7300. 
Nichols, W. T. (E) Bennett, 1883; 522 W. Monroe, 9 to 4. 
Nielsen, N. J. (R) Chi. Med., 1878; 39 Ray ave., 10 to 11, 2 to 3, 

7 to 9. 



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Nielsen, Theodore (H) Chi. Homeo. Med. 1886; 322 W. Chicago 

ave., 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 7 to 8; tel. 4646; res. 

322 W. Chicasro ave. 
Niles, J. W. (R) Univ. City of N. Y., 1876; 396 La Salle ave., 

12 to 2, 7 to 8; tel. 3611. 
Nitz, C. F. (R) Rush, 1880; 800 N. Halsted, 7 to 9, 1 to 2, 6 to 

8; at 136 Fullerton ave., 4 to 5. 
Nolan, D. W. (R) Chi. Med., 1868; 476 Milwaukee ave., 10 to 12, 

4 to 6, 7 to 9; tel. 4029. 
Norcom, F. B. (R) Univ. N. Y., 1854; 3640 Cottage Grove, 9 to 10, 

7 to 8; res. 3638 Vincennes ave. 
Novak, Frank J. (R) Rush, 1885; eor. 12th and Halsted, 11 to 12; tel. 

4378; res. 731 W. 18th, 8 to 10, 12 to 2, after 7; 

tel. 9078. 



o 



O'Connell, Patrick (R) Queen's, Ireland, 1872; 439 W. Taylor, till 9, 

2 to 4, evenings; tel. 4071. 
O'Connell, Win. (R) Queen's Col., Ireland, 1849; 126 Milwaukee 

ave., 10 to 12, 2 to 4, 6 to 9; res. 150 N. Peoria; 

tel. 4288. 
O'Malley, T. F. (R) Rush, 1886; 171 Blue Island ave., 9 to 10, 2 to 

3, 7 to 9; tel. 4561. 
O'Ryan, C. D. B. (R) 248 N. Wells. 
O'Shea, David (R) Rush, 1883; 709 W. 21st, till 9, 12 to 2, at night; 

tel. 9151. 
Ochsner, Albert J. (R) Rush,' 1886; 300 S. Wood. Demonstrator 

Physiology and Pathology. Rush Med. Col. 
Ogden, E. J. (R) Univ. of City of N. Y., 1855 ; 70 Monroe, 11 to 

1; res. 1636 Michigan ave., 8 to 9, 2 to 3, 6 to 7 

tel. 8511. 
Ogden, E. Russell (R) Chi. Med. 1884; 70 Monroe, 9 to 11 ; res. 1800 

Indiana ave., 8 to 9, 6 to 7; tel. 851 i. 
Ogden, M. D. (H) Hahnemann, 1864; 163 State, 1:30 to 3:3.0; res. 

room 255 Palmer House; tel. 5480. 
Ohlendorf,W.C. (R) Chi. Med., 1882; 645 Blue Island ave., 7 to 9, 

12 to 2, 7 to 9; tel. 9086. 
Olin, A. C. (E) Bennett, 1876; 112 E. Van Buren, 8 a. m. to 8 

p. m.; tel. 1155. 
Olin, Henry (E) Eclectic Med. Col., Penn., 1860; 163 State, 10 

to 4; tel. 5480; res. 3619 Indiana ave. 
Oliver, Thomas Telfer (H) Rolph Med. School, 1858; 2306 Indiana 

ave., 1 to 2, 7 to 9; tel. 8060. 
Orgleit, MoriahT. (R) Boston Univ., 1881; Univ. Mich., 1884; 562 

Noble. 
Orr, Julia M. (H) Hahnemann, 1887; 3411 Cottage Grove ave. 
Oswald, Julius W. (R) Rush, 1887; tel. 3467; Resident Phys., Alex- 

ian Bros. Hosp. 



148 Chicago Physicians. 



Otto, Julius (R) Chi. Med., 1876; Rush, 1877; Univ. of Goet- 
tingen, 1879; 125 State, 2 to 4; tel. 5442; res. 
468 W. Chicago ave., till 8:30, 12 to 1, 6 to 7; 
tel. 4304. 

Owens, John E. (R) Jefferson, 1862; 1806 Michigan ave.,lltol,7 
to 8; tel. 8216. Prof, of Surgical Anatomy, 
Operative Surg, and Clin. Surg., Chi. Med. 
Col.; Attg. Surg. St. Luke's Free Hosp. 



Page, J. M. (E) 49 N. May, 9 to 12, 6 to 9 ; tel. 4193. 

Pague, Chas. (R) McGill, 1867; 235 State, 10:30 to 4; res. 18 Lin- 
coln ave. 

Painter, Dayton (R) Rush, 1876; 1412 Wabash ave., 9 to 10, 1 to 3, 
7 to 9. 

Palmer, Thomas D. (R) Chi. Med., 1867; Jefferson, 1882; 259 War- 
ren ave., 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 5 to 6; tel. 7049; res. 
243 Park ave.; tel. 7094. 

Paoli, Gerhard C. (R) Rush, 1866; 26 N. Clark, 1 to 3; res. 1834 
Frederick, 8 to 9, 5 to 6; tel. 3352. Consult- 
ing Phys. Chi. Hosp. for Women and Chil- 
dren; Prof. Emeritus Materia Medica and 
Therapeutics, Woman's Med. Col.; same in N. 
W. Col. of Den. Surgery. 

Park, Andrew James (R) Harvard, 1852; Univ. of Victoria, Ont., 
1858; Col. P.& S., N. Y.; 3200 Vernon ave., 8 
to 10; 110 Dearborn, 2 to 4. 

Park, Augustus V. (R) Rush, 1883; 420 26th, 9 to 11 a. m., 1 to 3, 6 
to 8 p.m.; tel. 8372. 

Park, Lottie J. (R) Worn. Med., 1881; Central Music Hall, 9 to 10; 
res. 456 N. Clark, 11 to 1, 4 to 6. 

Parker, Anna M. Chi. Horn., 1878; 28 Grant pi., 9 to 12, 6 to 7. 

Parkes, Charles T. (R) Rush, 1868; 125 State, 1:30 to 2:30; tel. 5442; 
res. 51 Lincoln ave., 11 to 12, 5 to 6; tel. 3246. 
Prof, of Surgery, Rush Med. Col.; Lecturer 
111. Col. of Pharmacy; Attg. Surg. Presbyter- 
ian Hosp.; Surg, in Chg. St. Joseph's Hosp.; 
Phys. for Home for Incurables. 

Parsons, Geo. F. (R) P. & S., 1876; 3904 Cottage Grove, 8 to 10, 3 
to 6, 7 to 8:30; res. 3933 Drexel bv.; tel. 9817. 

Patera, F. J. (R) Rush, 1883; 709 Milwaukee ave., 3 to 4:30; tel. 
4333; 573 Blue Island ave., 10 to 11:30; res. 
144 W. Taylor. 

Patrick, Hugh T. (R) Bellevue, 1884; 307 Division, till 9, 4 to 5, 7 
to 8, night; tel. 3284; res. 426 N. State, 5 to 7; 
tel. 3552. Attg. Phys. to Disp. of Chi. Poli- 
clinic. 

Patton, Joseph M. (R) Univ. N. Y., 1882; 237 S. Hoyne ave.; tel. 
7188. 



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Paul, Ph. D. (H) Hahnemann Med. Col. Chi. 1883; 843 N. Clark, 

12 to 2, 6 to 7. 
Pearman, Jas. 0. (R) Rush, 1885: 161 W. Madison. 
Pearson, N. P. (R) Univ. Copenhagen, 1853; 89 Randolph, 1:30 to 

3; res. 655 LaSalle ave., 8 to 9, 7 to 8. 
Peiro, F. L. (H) Vermont Univ., 1866; 78 State, 9 to 5; res. 171 

State. 
Perkins, Charles F. (R) Rush, 1886; 82 W. Madison, 9 to 11, 2 to 5, 

7 to 8; tel. 4642. 
Pettengill, J. B. (R) Univ. Penn., 1870; 2503 Indiana ave., 8 to 9, 6 

to 8; tel. 8060. 
Pettyjohn, Elmore S. (R) Rush, 1882; 828 W. Madison, till 9, 12 to 

3, 6 to 7; tel. 7128. Prof. Clinic Department, 

Rush Med. Col. 
Phelan, J. B. (R) McGill, 1874; P. & S., of Ontario, 1876; 477 

W. Indiana, 9 to 11, 2 to 4, Sun. 1 to 3; tel. 

7157. 
Phelon, W.P. (R) Univ. Iowa, 1865; 629 Fulton: till 11:30. 
Phillips, H. A. (E) Bennett, 50 W. Madison, 9 to 11, 1 to 3, 8 to 9, 

Sun. 9 to 11 and 1 to 2:30; tel. 4475; res. 844 

W. Adams; tel. 7176. 
Phillips, M. (R) Victoria, 1862; 159 Clark. 
Pickard, J. C. (R) Rush, 1887; 212 Milwaukee ave., till 9, 12 to 2, 

5 to 6, at night; tel. 4612. 
Pierce, Norval H, (R) P. & S., 1884; cor. Randolph and State, 

9 to 10, 3 to 6; tel. 5558; res. 49 Rush, 12 to 2, 

evenings; tel. 3316. • 
Pillsbury, J. M. (R) Jefferson, 1865; 3239 Calumet ave. 
Pingree, M. Gaylord (E) Bennett, 1880; 103 State, 11 to 3; res. Ra- 

venswood, 6 to 8. 
Piper, R. J. (R) Univ. Mich., 1875; 312 W. Indiana, 10 to 11, 2 

to 3, 7 to 8, Sun. 10 to 12; tel. 4235. 
Pischczak, John Lemberg, Aus., 1862; 2904 Vernon ave., till 9, 

1 to 4, after 7. 
Plaum, Charles (R) License Baden, 1875; 2901 Wentworth ave.. 7 

to 10, 1 to 3, after 7; tel. 8296. 
Plecker, J. H. (R) Rush, 1877; 183 W. Madison, 10 to 11, 2 to 6, 7 

to 8; tel. 4148; res. 320 W". Adams, till 10, after 

8; tel. 4352. 
Plumb, Henry (R) Yale, 1861; 240 Wabash ave., 10 to 4; tel. 5457; 

res. 90 Loomis; tel. 7213. 
Plummer, Charles G. (R) Chi. Med., 1886; Continental Hotel; 

Wabash ave. and Madison, till 10 at night. 
Poppe, Otto (H) Hahnemann, 1870; 4441 Wentworth ave., 11 to 

12; res. 2727 Portland ave., till 9, 1 to 2, after 

6; tel. 8032. 
Porter, Fred D. (R) Detroit Med. Col., 1877; 1594 N. Halsted, 7 to 

9, 12 to 1, 5 to 7; tel. 3919. Surg. Maurice 

Porter Mem. Hosp. 
Porter, M. N. (R) Bowdoin, 1880; cor. State and 39th; tel. 9624. 
Powell, Edwin (R) Rush, 1858; 41 Clark, 9 to 12. 



150 Chicago Physicians. 



Pratt, E. H. (H) Hahnemann, 1873; Cent. Music Hall, 2 to 4; 

tel. 5241; res. 519 LaSalle ave. Prof, of Prin- 
ciples and Practice of Surg., Chi. Homeo. 

Med. Col.; Surgical Dept., Cent. Homeo. Hosp. 

and Free Disp. 
Pratt, Leonard (H) Homeo. Med. Col., Penn., 1862; Cent. Music 

Hall, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 10 to 2; tel. 

5241; res. Wheaton, 111. 
Prestley, James P. (R) Rush, 1886; 125 State, 1 to 3; tel. 5442; res. • 

310 S. Hoyne, till 9. 6 to 7; tel. 7188. 
Price, Oscar J. (R) Univ. of Mich., 1866; cor. Halsted and Van 

Buren, 10 to 11, 2 to 4, 7:30 to 8:30, Sun. 10 to 

11; tel. 4640; res. 625 W. Jackson, 8 to -9, 12 

to 1,6 to 7; tel. 7219. Mem. Surg., Staff Cook 

Co. Hosp. 
Priestman, J. (R) Downing, Eng., 1855; 3640 Cottage Grove, 10 

to 12, 2 to 4; tel. 9874; res. 3401 Vernon. 
Prince, Isaac (H) Hannemann; Chi. Foundling's Home, 9 to 5; 

res. 114 S. Wood. Res. Phys. Chi. Found 

ling's Home. 
Prince, Lawrence H. (R) Rush, 1885; 51 Lincoln ave., 12:30 to 2; 

tel. 3246; res. 78 Lincoln ave., 11:30 to 12:30, 

after 8; tel. 3669. 
Printy, J. A. (H) Homeo. Med. Dept. Univ. of Iowa, 1882; 598 

Lincoln ave., till 9, 12:30 to 2, after 6; tel. 

12,035. 
Proi eck, J. W. (E) Am. Col., St. Louis, 1882; 594 Canal, 8 to 10, 

1:30 to 3:30 and nights; tel. 9076. 
Provost, William Y. (R) Long Island Hosp. Col., N. Y., 1877; 430 

W. Randolph, 12 to 4, 8:30 to 9:30; tel. 7125; 

res. 274 Loomis, 8 to 10;. tel. 7110. 
Purdy, Chas. W. (R) Royal Col. P. & S., Ontario, Queen's Univ., 

Kingston, 1869; 163 State, 10 to 1, 2 to 3; res. 

Grand Pacific Hotel. 
Pusheck, Charles (H) Hahnemann, 1879; 330 LaSalle, 11 to 5. 
Pynchon, Edwin (R) Med. Col. of Ohio, 1876; 703 Opera House 

blk., 11 to 1; tel. 1206; res. 561 W. Madison, 8 

to 9, 4 to 6; tel. 7172. 



Q 



Quales, Niles T. (R) Rush, 1866; 241 Milwaukee ave., 9 to 10, 2 to 
3, 7 to 8; res. 52 Fowler, till 9, 12 to 1. 

Quine, William E. (R) Chi. Med., 1869; 58 State, 12:30 to 2; tel. 
5558; res. 32d st. and Indiana ave., 8 to 9; tel. 
2558. Prof. Practice of Med. and Clinical 
Med. Col P. & S , Chi.; Prof. Materia Med- 
ica, 111. Col. Pharmacy. 



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R 

Rahlfs, Th. (R) Rush, 1888; 527 S. Halsted; tel. 9139. 

Rakenius, H. (R) Rush, 1878; 405 Larrabee, 1 to 5; tel. 3366; res. 

288 North ave. till 10, after 6. 
Randell, George H. (R) Univ. Mich., 1878; 4024 Drexel boul., 8 to 9, 

4 to 5; tel. 9809. 
Randolph, Robert (R) Bellevue, 1879; 2139 Wabash ave., 8 to 10, 3 

to 5, 7 to 8. 
Rankin, A. C. (R) Starling Med. Col., Columbus, O., 1852 ; 202 

State, 2 to 5; res. 9 Market, Pullman. 
Rauch, John H. (R) Univ. Pa., 1849 ; Sec'y State Board Health, 

Springfield ; Grand Pacific, Chicago, Sat. and 

Sun. 
Re, Nicholas (R) Naples, 1880 ; 359 Dearborn, 7 to 9; 12 to 3, 6 

to 10; tel. 1401. 
Rea, R. L. (E) Med. Col. of Cincinnati, 1855; 272 E. Huron, 

12 to 2; Sun., 1 to 2. 
Reading, Edgar (E) Indiana Med. Col., 1849; Univ. N. Y., 1857; 

3750 Langley ave., 8 to 10, 12 to 2, 7 to 9. 
Reading, Edgar M. (E) Bennett, 1877 ; 103 State, 1 to 4 ; tel. 3453; 

res. 3748 Langley ave., 7 to 9, 7 to 9; tel. 9874. 

Prof. Diseases of Respiratory and Circulatory 

Organs and Nervous System, Bennett Col. 
Reasner, Marie E. (E) Bennett, 1878; 23 Central Music Hall, 11 to 

2; tel. 5642; res. 5729 LaSalle, till 9; 5 to 6, En- 

glewood; tel. 20. 
Reed, Chas. Bert. (R) Rush, 1887 ; 240 Wabash ave., 9 to 5; tel. 

5457; res. 41 Seeley ave., nights; tel. 7049. 
Reed, W. E. (H) N. Y. Horn. Med. Col., 1884 ; 16-17 Central 

Music Hall, 1 to 4; tel. 5642 ; res. 427 LaSalle 

ave., 8 to 9, 7 to 8; tel. 3312. Diseases of Chil- 
dren, Hahnemann Col. 
Reed, T. J. (R) Virginia, 1861; 807 Chi. Opera House, 10:30 to 

4; tel. 1294; res. Ravenswood. 
Reeder, Wm. DeH. (R) Nashville, 1865; 114 Honore. 
Reilly, Frank W. (R) Chi. Med., 1861; 682 W. Adams. Demonstrator 

of Anatomy, Chi. Med. Col. 
Reilly, Joseph (R) St. Louis Med. Col., 1872; 3835 S. Halsted, 9 to 

10. 2 to 3, 8 to 9; tel. 9640. 
Reinhold, W. (R) Rush, 1868; 146 N. Clark, 10 to 12. 
Reininger, E. E. (H) Chi. Horn., Med., 1888; 1093 W. Taylor 8 to 10 

6 to 8 tel. 7289, at 903 S. Ashland ave. 1 to 2. 
Remmen, N. E. (R) P. and S., Chi., 1887; 114 N. Center ave., 8 to 

10, 6 to 8. 
Reynolds, Arthur R, (R) Bellevue, N. Y., 1876 ; 229 E. Division, 8 

to 10, 2:30 to 6:30; tel. 3049. 
Reynolds, Mrs. Belle L (H) Hahnemann, 1880; 1823 Michigan ave. 
Reynolds, Ben Philips (R) Bartholomew, London, 1857 ; 128-130 

Clark, 10 to 12, 3 to 5; tel. 1339; res. Narberth 

Castle, Lombard. 



152 Chicago Physicians. 



Reynolds, George Warren (R) Rush, 1873; 232 Milwaukee ave., 10 
to 12, 3 to 4, 7 to 8 ; tel. 4011 ; res. 335 Wash- 
ington boul., till 9, 1 to 2, nights ; tel. 4656. 

Reynolds, Henry J. (R) Bellevue, N. Y., 1875; 163 State, 9:30 to 11, 

5 to 6, 7 to 8 ; tel. 5480 ; res. Palmer House. 
Prof. Dermatol., Col. P. and S.; Prof. Skin and 
Genito Urinary Diseases, Chicago Policlinic; 
Chief Dermatologist and Genito Urinary 
Surg., W. Side Disp., Chicago. 

Reynolds, J. E. (R) Central Col. P. & S.. 1885; 336 W. Twelfth, 10 

to 12, 7 to 8; res. 429 S. Oakley, 5 to 5, night; 

tel. 7024. 
Revkowski, Casimir, (R) Charkow, Russia, 1873; 615 Noble, till 9, 

12 to 3, evenings; tel. 4400. 
Rhodes, John Edwin (R) Rush, 1885; 70 State, 10 to 2; tel. 5558; 132 

S. Halsted, 8 to 9, 4 to 5, 7 to 9 ; res. 488 W. 

Congress, till 7:30, 5 to 6:30 ; tel. 7001. Att'g 

Phys. to Central Free Disp., Throat and Chest 

Dept. 
Rice, N. B. (R) Albany. 1854; 222 Marshfield ave. 

Richards, Geo. E. (H) Hahnemann, 1878; Central Music Hall, 3 to 

5; tel. 2642; res. Clarendon Hotel, till 9, 1 to 2, 

6 to 7:30; tel. 3166. 

Richardson, J. R. (R) McGill, 1865; 3015 Lock, till 9, 1 to 2, 7 to 8; 

tel. 8271. 
Ring, John (R) Rush, 1888; 229 W. Randolph, till 9, 12 to 1 :30, 

5:30 to 7:30; tel. 4270. 
Rittenhouse, William (R) P. & S., 1886 ; 987 Ogdon ave., 11 to 12 ; 

tel. 7309; res. 479 S. Leavitt, 9 to 10, 1 to 2, 6:30 

to 7:30; tel. 7184. 
Rivenburg, E. L. (R) S. E. cor. Washington and 5th ave., room 17, 9 

to 5 ; Tues. and Thurs., 7 to 9 ; res. 64 Grant 

place. 
Robertson, Jessie E. (H) Hahnemann, 1886; 2612 S. Park ave., 9 

to 12. 
Robison, J. A. (R) Rush, 1880; 70 State, 2 to 3:30; tel. 5558 ; res. 

428 Washington boul., 12 to 1:30 and evenings; 

tel. 7292. Lecturer on Materia Medica, Rush 

Med. Col.; Sec. and Attndg. Phys. for Throat 

Diseases, Presbyterian Hospital ; Phys. Cook 

Co. Hospital ; Attending Phys. Central Free 

Dispensary; Prof. Materia Medica and Thera- 
peutics, Woman's Med. Col. 
Robinson, Wm. (R) Buffalo, 1862; 114 LaSalle, 10 to 12, 1 to 3; res. 

84 Johnson ave., 7 to 8, 5 to 8. 
Rockwell, EL O. (R) Chi. Med., 1881; 144 Oakwood boul., 10 to 12, 

3 to 5, 8 to 9; tel. 9966; res. 3805 Johnson place, 

8 to 9, 1 to 2. 
Roesch, Fred (H) Heidelberg, Germany, 1850; 113 Adams, cor. 

Clark, 12:30 to 3; res. 545 LaSalle ave., till 9, 6 

to 8; tel. 3027. 



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Roesenburg,A.G., (R) Rush, 1883; 89 Randolph, 9 toll, 1 to 3, 6 to 8; 
res. 458 Cleveland ave. 

Rogers, B. W. (R) P. & S., 1885; 878 W. Adams; tel. 7243. 

Rogers, Fred D (R) Chi. Med., 1880; 2412 Cottage Grove ave., 7 to 
10, evenings; tel. 8174. 

Rogers, L. D. (H) Hahnemann, 1884; 441 Dearborn ave., till 9, 1 
to 3, 6 to 8; tel. 3169. 

Rogers, S. Ida Wright (H) Hahnemann, 1884 ; 441 Dearborn ave., 
till 9, 1 to 3, 6 to 8; tel. 3169. 

Roler, E. O. F. (R) Rush, 1859; 125 22d, 1 to 3; res. Southern Ho- 
tel. Emeritus Prof. Obst. Chi. Med. Col.; Con- 
sulting Phys. Mercy Hospital. 

Ronga, G. (R) Naples, 1873; 418 Clark. 

Roop, J. E. Phys. Med. Inst., Cincinnati, 1806; 1190 W. 

Harrison, till 9, 5 to 7:30. 

Root, Mrs. E. H. (R) Worn. Med., 1882; 26 Central Music Hall, 1 to 

2, except Thurs.; tel. 2558; res. 596 W. Adams; 
tel. 7037. Prof . Hygiene, Chi. Training School; 
Attendant Obstetrical Dept. Chi. Hospital for 
Women and Children; Prof, of Hygiene and 
Med. Jurisprudence, Woman's Med. Col. 

Rosenberg, Adolph (R) Berlin, — ; 89 Randolph, 9 to 11, 1 to 3, 
6 to 8: res., 458 Cleveland ave. 

Rosenberg, N. (R) Norway, 1852; 41 S. Clark, 9 to 4; res. 34 Ever- 
green ave., after 6. 

Rosenthal, Adolph (R) Vienna, 1869; 707 Milwaukee ave., 7 to 9, 1 
to 3; res. 850 W. Monroe. 

Rosenthal, D. (R) Univ. N. Y. City, 1879; 802 Larrabee, 7 to 9, 1 
to 3, 6 to 8; tel. 3408. 

Rosenthal, Jacob (R) Jefferson, 1888; 2871 Archer ave., 9 to 10, 2 to 

3, night; tel. 8195; res. 3014 Deering, till 9, 1 
to 2, 6 to 7. 

Ross, Joseph P. (R) Ohio Med. Col., 1851; 70 State, 9 to 2; res. 428 

Washington boul.; tel. 7292. Prof. Clinical 

Med. and Diseases of Chest, Rush Med. Col.; 

Att'g Physician Presbyterian Hosp., Cook Co. 

Hosp., and Central Free Disp. 
Rowan, Peter J. (R) Toronto Univ., 1870 ; 160 W. Harrison, 11 to 

11:30, 5 to 5:30; res. 138 S. Desplaines, 1 to 3, 7 

to 8; tel. 4055. 
Ruggles, Georgia Sackett (R) Worn. Med., 1883 ; 2211 Michigan 

ave. ; till 9, 1 to 2:30; tel. 8172. Att'g Phys. 

Erring Woman's Refuge. 
Runnels, John F. (R) Louisville Med., 1879;" 178 Seminary ave., till 

9, 12 to 2, 6 to 8; tel. 3299. 
Ruschhaupt, H. F. (R) Berlin, 1852; 135 Clybourn ave.; tel. 3152. 
Rush, Edwin F. (E) Bennett, 1870; 103 State. 
Rutherford, C. (R) McGill, 1882; 102 Fullerton ave., till 9:30; 1 to 

3, after 7; tel. 3924. Prof, of Anatomy, Phys. 

and Surg. Hosp.; Att'g Phys. Chi. Policlinic. 
Rutter, C. O. (R^t Chi Med , 1868; 432 Dearborn ave., 11 to 12 ; 

tel. 3410. 



154 Chicago Physicians. 



Ryan, E. P. (R) Rush, 1886 ; 200 Chicago ave., 10 to 12, 2 to 6. 

Ryan, J. E. (E) Bennett, 1882; McVicker's Theatre bldg., 9 to 

' — 5; res. 102 Dearborn ave. 



St. John, Leonard (R) McGill; Royal Col. Surg., England; Col. P. 
& S., Canada, 1873; 539 Monroe, 1 to 2, 7 to 8; 
tel. 7043. Prof, of Demonstrations of Surgery 
and Surg. Appliances, Col. P. & S., Chi. 

Saalfeldt, J. (R) Royal Univ., Warsaw, 1846; 225 Larrabee; tel. 
3049. 

Sageser, Joseph S. (R) Jefferson, 1883; 329 Park ave., 12:30 to 2:30, 
5:30 to 6:30; tel. 7048. 

Saint-Cyr, Edelmar D. (R) Col. P. & S., Lower Canada, 1861; 379 
Blue Island ave., 7 to 9 a. m., 1 to 4, 7 to 9 p. 
mi; tel. 9082. 

Saint-Cyr, Emiline D. (R) Rush, 1888; 379 Blue Island ave., 7 to 9 
a. m., 1 to 4, 7 to 9 p. m.; tel. 9082. 

Salisbury, Jerome Henry (R) Rush, 1878; 175 Western ave., 8 to 10, 
4 to 6; tel. 7263. Prof. Chemistry and Toxi- 
cology, Woman's Med. Col. and Northwestern 
Col. Dent. Surg. 

Sandberg, Karl (R) Royal Univ. of Christiana, Norway, 1881; 223 
W. Indiana, 1 to 3, 7; Sun., 12 to 1; tel. 4562. 

Sanders, H. B. (H) Chi. Horn. 1882; 268 31st, 9 to 11, 7 to 8; res. 
3245 Forest ave. 

-Sanders, W. H. (H) N. Y. Med. Col., 1866; 3245 Forest ave., 8 to 
10, 2 to 4, 6 to 7; tel. 8488. 

Sattler, Phil. (R) Rush, 1881; 422 W. 12th, 8 to 9, 12 to 3, 6 to 8; 
tel. 9189. 

Saunder, Vida A. (II) Hahnemann, 1884; 70 State, 10 to 12, 3:30 to 
4:30; res. 217 31st, 5 to 7:30; tel. 8108. 

Saunier, A. J. C. (R) Univ. Mich., 1881; 181 W. Madison, 10 to 12, 7 
to 9; tel, 4152. Attg. Phys. W. Side Free Dis- 
pensar}^; Lecturer on Histology and Micro- 
scopy, Col. P. & S.; Prof. Histology and 
Pathology, Chi. Ophthalmic Col. 

Saur,Mrs. Prudence (R) Worn. Med., Phila.,1871; 192 Michigan ave. 
10 to 3. 

Sawyer; Edward Warren (R) Harvard Univ., 1873; 3733 Vincennes, 
till 9, 1 to 2, 6 to 7. 

Schaefer, Frederick (R) Rush, 1873; 469 Milwaukee ave., 8 to 9, 1 
to 2, 7 to 8; tel. 4639. 

Schaefer, Fred. C. (R) Chi. Med. Col., 1876; 103 State, 1 to 2; res. 
582 Washington boul., until 9, 4 to 5, 7 to 8; 
tel. 7103. Prof. Descrip. and Surg. Anatomy, 
Chi. Med. Col. 

Schaefer, K. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1887; 156 Loomis, 8 to 10, 7 
to 9. 



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Schaefer, Samuel (R) Univ. Leipzig, Germany, 1884; 255 North 

ave., till 9, 1 to 4, after 7; tel. 3366. 
Schaller, Geo. J. (R) Rush, 1881; 582 Sedgwick; tel. 3607. 
Schaller, J. (R) Heidelberg Germany, 1854; 193 W. Randolph, 

7 to 8, 12 to 2, 6 to 7:30. 

Scheppers, Desire Q. (R) Rush, 1866; 292 Larrabee; res. 46 Betho- 

ven pi. 
Scheuer, Maurice (R) cor. 26th and Calumet. 
Scheuermann, F. (H) Chi. Horn Med., 1879; 191 E. North ave., till 

9, 2 to 4, 6 to 8; tel. 3152. 
Schick, G. (R) Univ. N. Y., 1879; P. & S., 1887; 2215 Archer 

ave., till 9, 1 to 3, 6 to 8 ; tel. 8204. 
Schirmer, Alfred (R) 547 Blue Island ave.; res., 514 S. Ashland ave. 
Schirmer, Gustav (R) Erlangen, Bavaria, 1882; 547 Blue Island ave., 

3 to 4; tel. 9085; res. 625 W. Taylor, 1 to 3; tel. 

7178. 
Schleyer, Chr. (R) Paris, L Academic of Med., 1845; S. W. cor. 

Halsted and 14th, 8 to 10, 12 to 4, 6 to 8; tel. 

9006. 
Schloesser, A. G. (R) Rush, 1871; '78-80 State, room 32, 10 to 12, 3 
=, to 6. 

Schmidt, Ernest (R) Wurzburg, 1852; Rush, 1872; 78 State, 2:30 to 

6; res. 1828 Wabash. 
Schmidt, J. A. (R & H) Hahnemann, 1887; 477 26th, 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 

and nights; tel. 8372. 
Schmidt, O. L. (R) Chi. Med., 1883; 78 State, 11 to 12:30; Alexian 

Brothers' Hospital, 2 to 3; res. 1828 Wabash 

ave.; tel. 8247. 
Schneider, S. N. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1881; 302 Chicago Opera 

House, 1 to 3; tel. 1339; res. 210 Dearborn ave., 

8 to 9, 6 to 7; tel. 3002. 

Schottenfels, Emil (E) Bennett, 1874; 571 S. Halsted, 10 to 12; tel. 

9006; 2427 Wentworth ave., 2 to 4; tel. 8099; 

res. 686 W. Adams, 7 to 10, 6 to 9. 
Schrader, W. H. (H) Hahnemann, 1887 ; 3900 Cottage Grove, 9 to 

11, 4 to 5:30, 6:30 to 7:30; tel. 9817; res. 3834 

Johnson pi. 
Schreiner, V. (R) Pesth, 1860; 302 North ave., 8 to 9, 2 to 3, 6 to 

8; tel. 3208. 
Shroeder, N. J. (R) Royal Bavarian Ludwig Maximilian Univ., 

Munich, 1860; 559 27th, till 9, 1 to 3, evenings; 

tel. 8372. 
Schubert, J. J. (11) Rush, 1888; 355 S. Hoyne, 8 to 10, 5 to 7; tel. 

7196. 
Schultz, O. E. 2448 Cottage Grove ave.; tel. 8193. 

Schwandt, E. H. (R) 1424 Indiana ave.; tel. 8438. 
Schwuchow, Herman (H) 613 N. Ashland ave., 8 to 10 a. m. 
Scott, T. A. (R) Rush, 1883; 783 W. 12th; till 9,2 to 4, evening; 

tel. 7229. 
Scroggy, G. H. Physio. Med. Inst., Chi., 1887; 1215 Van Buren, 

till 8:30, 12 to 1, 4:30 to 7:30; tel. 7206. 



156 Chicago Physicians. 



Scudder, H. Martin (R) Long Island Col. Hosp., N. Y.,1874; Argyle 

bldg., cor. Jackson and Michigan, 12 to 2; tel. 

5570; res. 3446 Wabash ave., till 9, 7 to 8; tel. 

8154. Phys. in Chief, Armour Mission Disp. 
Sedgwick, Louisa (R) cor. Rhodes ave. and 32d; tel. 8353. 
Seeley, Thaddeus P. (R) Union, Schenectady, N. Y., Michigan Univ., 

1856 ; 289 W. Monroe, 8 to 9, 2 to 3, 6 :30 to 7 :30 ; 

tel. 4504. 
Seiffert, Rudolph (R) Vienna, 1852; 171 and 173 E. Randolph, 2 to 4; 

tel. 1163. 
Senier, Frederick S. (R) Rush, 1884; 245 Lincoln ave., 7 to 10, 1:30 

to 2:30, after 6. 
Seymour, Fred (R) Cincinnati Col., M. & S., 1856; 51 S. Halsted, 

9 to 1 1, 1 to 4, 7 to 8. 
Shaffer, Mary (R) Physio. Med. Col., Chic, 1887; 292 W. Madi- 
son, 1 to 4. 
Shanahan, T. P. (R) Rush, 1877; 349 S. Clark, 8 to 11, 4:30 to 7; tel. 

1401 and 1642. 
Sharpe, James T. (R) Royal Col. Surg., Ireland, and King's and 

Queen's Col. Phys., 1865; 264 Ohio, 7 to 9 a. m., 

11 to 3, after 6; tel. 3505. 

Shaw, Siremba (R) Rush, 1882; 133 S. Halsted, 11 to 12, 5 to 6, 7 to 

8; Sundays 10 to 12; tel. 4622. 
Shaw, Thos. J. (R) Rush, 1879 ; 577 W. Congress, till 9, 12 to 2, and 

at night; tel. 7119. Clinical Asst. to chair of 

Gynaecology, Rush Med. Col. 
Sheardown, T. W. (R) Jefferson, 1879; 143 Wabash ave, 8 to 5; res. 

710 Pullman bldg. 
Shears, Geo. F. (H) Hahnemann, 1880; 3130 Indiana ave., 8 to 9, 

12 to 2, 6:30 to 7:30; tel. 8358. Prof. Surg., 
Hahnemann Col.; Supt., Hahnemann Hosp. 

Shenick, O. T. (R) Rush, 1887; 62 S. Halsted, 10 to 11, 2 to 5; tel. 

4152. 
Sheppard,W. W.(R) P. & S., 1885; 161 W. Madison, 11 to 1; res. 

209 Loomis, till 9, 1 to 3; tel. 4559. 
Shepstone, J. A. (R) Bishop's Col., Montreal, 1881; 3818 State, 7 to 

9, 2 to 4, 6 to 8; tel. 9824. 

Sherman, Frederick E. (R) Rush, 1873; 203 Blue Island ave., 9 to 

10, 2 to 4, 7 to 9; tel. 4160; Asst. Demonstrator 
of Anatomy, Rush Med. Col. 

Sherry, Henry (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1880; 3616 Stanton, 8 to 9, 1 
to 2, 6 to 7. Surg. Cook Co. Hosp. 

Sherwood, F. R. (R) Rush, 1888; 70 Madison; 7 p. m. till 10 a. m.; 
tel. 752; res. 356 37th, 11 to 12, 1 to 3, 4 to 6; 
tel. 9881. 

Sherwood, W. T. (R) Univ. Mich, 1859; 1035 W. Van Buren, 9 to 
12, 2 to 5; tel. 7280. 

Shettler, G O. (R) Julius Maximilian, Univ., Bavaria, 1856; Jef- 
ferson Eclectic Univ. 1863; 1602 Milwaukee 
ave., (Bandow P. O.) 



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Shimp, Archie J. (R) Jefferson, 1888; 196 E. Madison. 

Shipman, Geo. E. P. & S., N. Y., 1843; 114 S. Wood; res. 120 S. 

Wood. Supt. Foundling's Home. 
Shugart, Joseph (R) Ohio Med., 1864; 947 W. Harrison; res. 215 S. 

Lincoln. 
Siegmund, Emilie (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1881; 70 State, room 500, 10 

to 12; res. 65 Wisconsin, 1 to 3; tel. 2587. 
Silva, C. C. P. (R) Lisbon Col., Portugal, 1862; 163 State, 1 to 3; 

tel. 752; res. 98 Ogden ave., 10 to 12, 6 to 7 :30; 

tel. 7172. Prof. Therapeutics Col. P. & S. 
Simons, C. J. (R) Albany, 1867; 284 32d, till 8:30, 12 to 2, 6 to 

7:30; tel. 8420. 
Simpson, J. (R) Rush, 1867; 152 Oak, 9:30 to 1, 5 to 8; tel. 

3036; res. 548 Cleveland ave., till 9, 2 to 4. 
Simpson, W. L. 452 State. 

Sincere, Emil (R) Louisville Univ., 1873; 82 Madison, 10 to 12; 

tel. 8114; res. 2974 Wabash, 1 to 3. 
Sinclair, James G. (R) Bennett, 1883; Col. P. & S. Chi., 1888; 117 

Center ave., till 9, 12 to 2, 6 to 7:30; tel. 3299; 

Asst. Phys. W. Side Free Disp. 
Singley, Chas. C. (R) Jefferson, 1881; S. E. cor. State and Harrison, 

8 to 11, 2 to 5, nights; tel. 1070. 
Skeer, John D. (R) Cincinnati, 1852; Univ. Nashville, 1866; 681 

Washington bv., 8 to 9, 12 to 1, 6 to 7; tel. 7203. 
Skiles, Hugh P. (H) Iowa State Univ.; Hahnemann, 1880; 963 W. 

Monroe, 8 to 9, 1 to 3, 6:30 to 7:30 p. m.; tel. 

7249. 
Sloan, Henry H. (R) Chi. Med., 1869; 498 W. North ave., till 9:30, 1 

to 3, after 7; tel. 4294. 
Small, A. R. (R) Rush, 1874; 3300 State, 8 to 9, 12 to 1, 4 to 7; 

tel. 8100. Mem. Staff, S. Side Free Disp. 
Small, H. N. (H) Hahnemann, 1866; 188 S. Clark, 12 to 3; res. 

329 W. Van Buren, 9 to 10, 5 to 7; tel. 4311. 
Smedley, N. J. (R) Chi. Med., 1887; 138 Wells, 8 to 10, 11 to 4, 

after 5; tel. 3624. 
Smith A. K. 206 W. Lake, 8 to 9, 3 to 4, 6 to 9; res. 161 

Walnut; tel. 4603. 
Smith, A. W. (E) Eclec. Med. Inst., Cincinnati, 1872; 1012 W. 

Lake^res. 1549 W. Monroe. 
Smith, Charles Gilman (R) Univ. Penn. 1851; N. E. cor. State and 

Madison, 12 to 2, 3 to 4, Sun. 12:30 to 2; res. 

2220 Calumet ave., 8 to 9 a. m., 7 to 8. 
Smith, David S. (H) Jefferson Med. Col , 1836; 1255 Michigan ave. 

Emeritus Prof, of Materia Medica and Thera- 
peutics, Hahnemann Col. Chi. 
Smith, Edwin H. (R) McGill, 1884; 2642 Wentworth ave., till 9, 12 

to 2, 5 to 6, 7:30 to 8:30. 
Smith, Espey L. (H) Chi. Horn., 1883; 974 W. Polk; till 9, 12:30 to 

2:30, 6 to 8:30; tel. 7253. 
Smith, E. M. (R) Chi. Med., 1886; 626 W. Lake, 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 7 

to 8; tel. 7015. 



158 Chicago Physicians. 



Smith, Jennie E.(H) Chi. Horn. Med, 1879; 665 Sedgwick; tel. 

3109. 
Smith, Julia Holmes (H) Chi. Horn., Med., 1877, 521 Dearborn ave. 

9 to 12, 6 to 7:30; tel. 3310. 

Smith, W. H. F. (R) Rush, 1884; 214 Clark; res. Windsor Hotel. 

Smith, Wm. F. (R) Miami Med. Col., Cincinnati, 1868; 204 Dear- 
born, 11 to 2. 

Snyder, A. F. (R) Rush, 1884; 1251 Madison, 9 to 11, 1 to 3, 7 to 
8; tel. 7007; res, 1205 Monroe, till 9, 12 to 1, 6 
to 7; tel. 7007; Attg. Phys., Central Free Dis- 
pensary. 

Snyder, Omer C. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1884; 190 Cass, 8 to 10, 3 to 5; 
tel. 3125. 

Snyder, O. W. F. Physio. Med. Inst., Cincinnati, 1878; 125 Clark, 

10 to 4; tel. 1339. 

Spalding, Heman(R) Chi. Med. Col., 1881; 235 State, 10 to 12, 1 to 

3, night; tel. 2349. 
Sperry, Chas. C. (R) Chi. Med., 1874; 3100 Archer ave., 10 to 11, 

with Union Steel Co., 8 to 9, at 3; tel. 9605; 

res. 3243 S. Paulina. 
Stahl, E. L., Jr., (R) Rush, 1882; 171 E. Van Buren, till 10, 1 to 3, 

after 7. 
Stanley, C. W. (R) N. Y. Univ., 1866; 2113 State, 2 to 3, 7 to 9. 
Stanley, F. A. . (R) P. & S., N. Y., 1870; 90 S. Morgan, 7 to 11, 1 to 

3, evening; tel. 4504. 

Stansbury, Mrs. H. E. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1877; 343 W. Monroe, 
10 to 12, 3 to 5; tel. 4062. Supt., Talcott 
Nursery. 

Stanton, J. F. (R) P. & S., 1888; 395 W. Harrison, 9 to 11, 2 to 4, 
7 to 9; tel. 4637; res. 182 N. Curtis, till 9, 12 to 
5, after 9; tel. 4562; Attg. Phys., W. Side Free 
Disp. 

Stanton, Jas. T. (R) P. & S., 1888; 395 W. Harrison, 9 to 11, 2 to 

4, 7 to 9; tel. 4637; res., 182 N. Curtis, till 9, 5. 
to 7, after 9 tel. 4562. Asst. Phys. W. Side 
Free Disp. 

Starkey, Horace M.(R) Chi. Med. Col., 1878; 125 22d, 3 to 4:30; tel. 
8184; res. 3302 Indiana ave., 8 to 9, 6 to 7, Sun- 
day, 9 to 10; tel. 8479; Att'g. Phys. Mercy Hos- 
pital; Att'g. Surg. Eye and Ear Dept. S. Side 
Free Disp. 

Stearns, W. M. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1880; 100 State, 1 to 5; res. 15 
Warren ave.; Ass't to Chair Eye and Ear, Chi. 
Horn. Med. Col.; Ass't Eye and Ear Surg. Cen. 
Horn. Hosp. and Free Disp. 

Stebalts, Frank W. (A) Vienna, Austria, 1868; 729 S. Halsted, 10 to 
11, 4 to 5 ; tel. 9031 ; res. 323 S. Halsted, till 
» 8:30, 1 to 3, night; tel. 4088. 

Steele, D. A. K. (R) Chi. Med., 1873; 1801 State, 9 to 10, 3 to 5; tel. 
8202; res. 2920 Indiana ave., till 9, after 6; tel. 
8220; Prof. Orthopedic Surg. Col. P. & S., Chi.; 
Att'g. Surg. Cook Co. Hosp. 



/Chicago Pliysicians. 159 

Steger, R. W. (R) P. & S., N. Y., 1878 ; 7 Lakeside Bldg., 11 to 
3:30 ; tel. 1339 ; res. Hotel St. Benedict, 355 
Chicago ave., till 9, after 5; tel. 3125. 

Stehman, H. B. (Rj Jefferson, 1877 ; 300 S. Wood, till 1, after 4 ; 
tel. 7189; Med. Supt. Presb. Hosp. 

Steinhaus, H. (H.) Hahnemann, 1878; 479 Noble, 8 to 10, to 8. 

Stephani, Alfred H. (R) Rush, 1884 ; 156 W. Randolph; tel. 4614 ; 
res. 904 W. Madison. 

Sterl, A. (R) Univ. N. Y., 1866; 361 Blue Island ave. 

Stern, D. H. (E) N. Y. Eclectic, 1882; 202 E. Chicago, 10 to 12, 2 
to 6, after 7; tel. 3274; res. 182 E. Indiana, 7:30 to 
10, 1 to 2. 

Steurnagel, G. (R) Michigan Col. Med., 1883; 2876 Archer ave., 8 
to 10, 2 to 4, 7 to 9; res. 3120 Lowe ave., 11 to 
2, 5 to 7, nights; tel. 8274. 

Stevens II. M. (H) Chi. Horn., 1885; 1347 W. Madison, till 9, 1 to 
2, 6 to 7; tel. 7118. 

Stevenson, Sarah Hackett (Rj Worn. Med., 1875; Central Music 
Hall, 10 to 12, 5 to 6; tel. 5642; res. Dearborn 
ave. and Erie. Prof, of Diseases of Women, 
Chi. Training School; Med. Dept. Chi. Hosp. 
for Women and Children; Consulting Phys. 
Woman's Hosp. and Erring Women's Refuge; 
Prof. Obstetrics, Woman's Med. Col. 

Stewart, Andrew, (R; McGill, 1883; Royal London, 1884; 329 W. 
Van Buren, till 9, 1 to 2, 7 to 8. 

Stillians, D. C. (R) Chi. Med., 1869; 58 State, 2 to 4; tel. 5558; at 
480 Milwaukee ave., 8 to 9, 6 to 7. 

Stockham, Alice B. CH) Chi. Homeo. Col.; 161 LaSalle; res. 6058 
LaSalle, Englewood; tel. 209. 

Stockwell, J. S. (R) Rush; 144 Oakwood bv., 9 to 11, 2 to 3, 7 to 8; 
tel. 9966;«res. 3560 Yincennes; tel. 9804. 

Storck, C. (R) Albany. 1865; 153 Dearborn ave. 

Storer, W. D. (R) 26th and Calumet; tel. 8267. 

Storey, Chas. A. (R) Wooster Univ., 1882; 52 31st, 10 to 12; tel. 
8354; res. 3001 Vernon ave., 2 to 4, 7 to 8; tel. 
8544.- 

Stout, Alexander M. (R) Univ. Georgetown, D. C, 1880; 339 S. Jef- 
ferson, 9 a. m., 7 p.. m.; tel. 4593; 1123 Harri- 
son, till 9, 2 to 6; tel. 7214. 

Stowell, James H. (It) Chi. Med., 1881; 526 Wabash, 8 to 9, 3 to 5, 6 
to 7; tel. 440. 

Stratford, Henry Knox (E) Eclectic Med. Col., Philadelphia; 243 
State, 11 to 5; tel. 309; res. Austin, 7 to 9:30 a. 
m., 7 to 9 p. m. 

Streeter, John W. (H) Hahnemann, 1868; 2001 Prairie ave., 8 to 9, 
12 to 2, 6 to 7. Prof. Med. and Surg. Diseases 
of Women, Chi. Homeo. Med. Col.; Gyneco- 
logical Dept., Central Homeo. Hospital and 
Free Disp.; Gynaecologist, Cook Co. Hosp. 

Strehz, Theodore, (E) 380 Wells, 8 to 10, 2 to 5, after 7. 



160 Chicago Physicians. 



Stringfield, C. Pruyn 2448 Cottage Grove, 9 a. m. to 9 p.m.; tel. 

8193. 
Stringfield, F. M. (R) Georgetown Col., 1870; 2448 Cottage Grove 

are., till 9, 4:30 to 7; tel. 8193. 
Strong, Albert B. (R) Rush, 1872; 312 W. Indiana, 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 5 

to 6, 7 to 8, Sun. 10 to 12; tel. 4235; res. 533 

W. Monroe, till 8, 12 to 1, 6 to 7; tel. 7144. 
Strong, Edward D. (E) Bennett, 1884; 47 N. Ashland. 
Struble, John (E) Bennett, 1879; Western and Armitage, till 10 

a. m., after 3; tel. 4210, P. O. Bandow, 111. 
Struble, J. R. (E) Bennett, 1886; 908 California ave., till 10, after 

3; tel. 4252. 
Struh, Carl (R) Univ. Zurich, Switzerland, 1886; 621 W. 13th, 

8 to 10, 2 to 4, 7 to 8; tel. 7011. 
Strzyzowski, Wladislaw (R) 723 W. 18th, 10 to 12, 2 to 4; tel. 

9078; res., 683 W. 18th, till 10, after 5. 
Stubbs, J. E. (R) Univ. Penn., 1864; 126 State, 8 to 9:30; 2 to 4; 

tel. 624; res. 68 E. 18th, after 6, till 8 a. m.; 

tel. 8045. 
Sullivan, Daniel H. (R) Chi. Med., 1881; 2495 Archer ave., 8 to 10, 

2 to 4, 8 to 9; tel. 8333; res. 2512 Archer ave. 
Sumney, J. (R) Jefferson, 1864; S. E. cor. Clark and Van 

Buren, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.; tel. 1155; res. 3837 

Indiana ave.; tel. 9942. 
Swain, U. J. (R) Albany, 1866; 262 W. Randolph, 9 to 10, 4 to 5, 

8 to 9; res. 43 S. Elizabeth, till 9, 12 to 2, 6 to 8. 
Swartz, T. B. (R) 1434 Indiana ave. 
Sweet, E. C. (H) Univ. Mich., 1868; Am. . Eclectic Col., 1870; 

Hahnemann, Chi., 1884; 70 State, rooms 407- 

408, 12:30 to 3; 557 W. Madison, 8 to 9 r 6:30 to 

7:30; tel. 7172. 
Synon, Geo. C. (R) Rush, 1880; 249 Blue Island ave., 11 to 1, 4 to 

6; tel. 4610; res. 462 W. Taylor. 
Synon, W. A. (R) Rush, 1882; 249 Blue Island ave., 9 to 11, 2 to 

4; tel. 4610. 



Tabor, P. S. (R) Rush, 1881; 70 Madison, 10 to 4; tel. 753; res. 

3523 Ellis ave.; tel. 9804. 
Tagert, Alonzo D. (R) Vt. Univ., 1864; 966 W. Lake, until 9, 12 to 1 

and 6 to 7; tel. 7142. 
Tagert, A. H. (R) Vt. Univ., 1866; 966 W. Lake, 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 

7 to 8; tel. 7142; res. 853 Walnut. 
Talbot, Eugene S. (R) Penn. Col. Den. Surgery, 1873; Rush Med. 

Col. 1882; 125 State, 9 to 5. Prof. Den. Surg., 

Woman's Med. Col. 
Talcott, J. B. (H) Western Reserve, 1845; 79^ 22d, 8 to 10, 1 to 

4, 7 to 8; tel. 8133; res. 2112 Michigan ave. 



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Taliaferro, Frank (R) Jefferson, 1875; N.W. cor. Center ave. and 
14th, 9 to 10, 2 to 3, 7 to 8; tel. 9081; res. 295 
Center ave., till 8:30, 12:30 to 1:30, 6 to 7; tel. 
4035. 

Tascher, John (E) Eclec. Med. Inst., Cincinnati, 1878; Bennett 
Med. Col., 1880; 518 W. Chicago ave, 7 to 8, 
1 to 2, 7 to 8; at Division and Milwaukee ave., 
10 to 11; tel. 7170. Prof. Diseases of Children, 
Bennett Col. 

Taylor, Charles S.(R) Chi. Med., 1875; 481 Ogden ave., 10:30 to 2; 
tel. 7177; res. 433 S. Oakley ave., till 8:30, and 
evenings. 

Taylor, E. B. (E) Bennett, 1877; 243 State, 8:30 to 11:30. 

Taylor, Geo. O. (R) Rush, 1868; 205 La Salle, 10 to 4; tel. 1348; 
res. 1339 Oakwood boul. 

Taylor, T. T. (R) Ky. School Med., 1869; 186 W. Madison; 83 

5. Halsted, 

Teare, John (R) Glasgow, 1842; Royal Col. Surg., 1842; 411 

Center, 12 to 2; tel. 3345. 
Tebbetts, F. M. (R) P. & S., 1885; cor. Halsted and Polk; tel. 4388; 

12th and Morgan; tel. 4771. 
Terry, Junius (R) St. Louis, 1861; 378 Wabash ave., 10 to 2. 
Thacher, C. I. (H) Homeo. Hosp.Col., Cleveland, 1880; 6 Central 

Music Hall, 9 to 6; res. 51 Aberdeen, 7 to 9, 

6 to 9. 
Thackeray, W. T. (R) Jefferson, 1866; 163 State, 11 to 4; res. 341 N. 

Clark, till 10, 5 to 7. 
Theobald, G. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1883; 750 S. Halsted, 7:30 to 

10, 5 to 8; tel. 9021; res. 847 S. Ashland ave. 
Thies, Wilhelm (R) Jefferson, 1877; Friedrich Wilhelm Univ., Ber- 
lin, 1882; 156 W. Randolph, 3 to 5; tel. 4614; 

res. 136 Canalport ave., till 9, 1 to 3, after 6; 

tel. 9062. 
Thilo, G. (R) Strasburg, Germany, 1877; 493 Milwaukee ave., 

8 to 10, 1 to 3, after 7. 
Thomas, A. L. (R) Chi. Med., 1879; 3100 Wentworth av., till 9, 12 

to 2, 7 to 9; tel. 8465. 
Thomas, G. S. (R) Albany, 1858; 333 W. Adams. 
Thomas, Homer M. (R) Rush, 1882; 34 Throop, 8 to 9, 12 to 1:30. 5 

to 7:30; tel. 4077. Lecturer Diseases Throat and 

Chest, Woman's Medical Col.; Phys. and Surg. 

for Diseases Throat and Chest, Cent. Free Disp. 
Thome, Arthur G. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1883; 239 Lincoln av., till 9, 

1 to 2, 6 to 8; tel. 3404. 
Thometz, J. J. (R) Rush, 1882; 564 S. Halsted, 9:30 to 10:30, 2 to 

3; tel. 9030; res. 999 W. 12th, till 9, after 6; tel. 

7162. 
Thompson, Geo. A. (R) Univ. of N. Y., 1884; 52 31st, 10 to 12, 4 to 

6, 7 to 8; tel. 8354; res. 79 31st. Attg. Phys. 
Dept. of Laryncology, W. Side Free Disp. 



162 Chicago Physicians. 



Thompson, J. J. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1888; 251 Hermitage av., 8 to 

10, 1 to 2, 6 to 8; tel. 7134. 
Thompson, Mary Harris (R) Chi. Med. Col., 1870; 26 Cent. Music 
Hall, 10 to 12:30; res. 638 W. Jackson; tel. 
7037. Prof. Gynaecology, Hosp. Women and 
Children. 
Thompson, M. M.(H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1886; 403 Oakley av., 8 to 

9, 1 to 2, 6 to 7, Sun. 12 to 2; tel. 7006. 
Thompson, Merritt W. (R) Rush, 1877; 282 W. Indiana, before 9, 1 

to 2, 7 to 8, nights; Sun. 12 to 1; tel. 4254. 
Thornton, Frances E. (E) Bennett, 1888; 108 Washington, 9 to 11; 

tel. 1339; res. Avondale, 111.; 7 to 8:30, 1 to 7. 
Thuemmler, Alexander (R) St. Louis Med. Col., 1879; cor. Ashland 

and Milwaukee avs., 8 to 9; res. 276 Divsion, 

12tol; tel. 7261. 
Thurston, Ebenezer H.(R) Buffalo, 1865; 518 Wabash, to 12, 2 to 5, 

8 to 10; tel. 8451; res. 3018 Indiana av., 5 to 7, 

till 9. 
Tilley, R. (R) Chi. Med., 1876; 125 State, room 17, 9 to 1 ; 

res 1436 Michigan av. 
Tobias, G. Jackson (R) P. & S., 1885; 247 W. Madison, 10 to 1, 4 

to 6, Sat. eve.; tel. 4310; res. 173 S. Western 

av. ; tel. 7263. 
Todd, James F. (R) Bellevue, 1863; 171 E. 22d ; 10 to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to 

8; tel. 8165; res. 2447 Prairie av. 
Tomboeken, Henry (R) Rush, 1866; 171 E. Madison; 9 to 12, 2 to 3. 
Tomlinson, William M. (R) Univ. Pa.,1849; Health office, 9 to 4; tel. 

447; res. 583 Adams, till 8, after 5, Sun. 3 to 6. 
Tongue, F. J. (E) Bennett, 1878; 210^ Clark. 
Tons, E. L. (R) Ind. Med. Col., 1874; 694 W. Van Buren, 8 to 

12, 1 to 5. 
Tooker, Robt. N. (H) Bellevue, 1865; 261 Dearborn ave., till 10, 3 to 

5; tel. 3278. Prof. Diseases Children, Chi. 

Horn. Med. Col. 
Traub, Christopher (H) 749 N. Paulina, 9 to 10, 2 to 4; tel. 4774. 
Treat, R. B. Eclec. Med. Inst., Cincinnati, 1847; Berkshire, 

1866; 247 W. Madison, 9 to 11, 2 to 4, eve.; 

tel. 4310. 
Trimble, E. G. (R) Col. P. & S., N. Y., 1878; 84 Lincoln ave., 8 to 

10, 5 to 7. 
Trine, John G. (H) N. Y. Hygieo-Ther. Col., 1859; 45 E. Ran- 
dolph, till 9 to 1, 2 to 6; res. 3621 Ellis Park. 
Tripp, Robinson 1408 Wabash ave. 

Trout, Elizabeth H. (R) Worn. Med., 1884; 880 W. Jackson, till 9, 1 

to 3, 6 to 7 ; tel. 7159. 
Tucker, D. Mills (R) Harvard, 1852; 441 State, 10 to 11, 2 to 3, 8 to 

9; res. 2317 Wabash ave. 
Tucker, H. S. (E) Bennett, 1879; 513 State, 10 to 12, 1 to 4, Mon., 

Wed. and Fri. 6 to 8; tel. 667; res. 464 42d; 
tel. 9892. Prof. Descriptive Anatomy, Bennett 

Col. 



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Tucker, James I. (R) Harvard Univ., 1867; 52 35th, till 9, 1 to 3, 6 

to 7; tel. 9804. 
Tully, A. Melville (R) Univ. Vt., 1880; Pullman bldg., 12 to 1; 205 

N. State, till 11, 3 to 5; tel. 3125. 
Turnock, Edwin (R) Chi. P. &S., 1886; 109 N. Clark; tel. 3158. 
Tuthill, J. J. (R) Rush, 1883; 858 W. Van Buren, 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 

5 to 6, 7 to 8; tel. 7159; res. 297 S. Oakley. 
Twining, S. Douglas (R) Yale, 1864; 210 W. Indiana, till 9, 2 to 3, 7 

to 8; tel. 4562. 

U 

Ulrich, Julius (H) Univ. Vienna, 1847; 202 Center ave., till 10, 4 

to 8; tel. 3407. 
Ulrich, R. (R) Univ. of Wurzburg, 1871; 202 Center ave., till 

9, after 5; tel. 3407. 

V 

Valentine, J. C. Hahnemann, 1886; 1332 Wabash, 10 to 12, 1 to 

3, 6:30 to 7:30. 
Valentine, Sarah L.(H) Hahnemann, 1886; 1332 Wabash, 11 to 12, 

2 to 4. 
Valpey, J. W. (R) P. & S., N. Y., 1857; 544 Blue Island ave., 9 

to 10, 1 to 3, after 7. 
Vampill, R. (R) Maryland Univ.; 1857; 405 Wells, 10 to 12, 2 

to 4. 
Van Buren, Henry (R) Rush, 1865; Washington bvd. and May, 8 to 

10, 5 to 7; tel. 4656; res. 15 N. May. 

Van Doozer, B. Rel. (R) Chi. Med., 1868; 3201 Calumet ave., till 9, 2 

to 3. 
Van Hook, Weller (R) P. & S., 1885; 884 W. Madison, 8 to 9, 2 to 

3, after 6:30; tel. 7176. 
Van Hook, W. R. (R) Univ. Louisville, 1860; 131 Sacramento ave., 

7 to 9; 12 to 2, after 7; tel; 7118. 
Vary, W. H. (H) Hahnemann, 1888; 50 Walnut, 8 to 11, 2 to 4, 7 

to 9. 
Venn, Chas. H. (R) Rush, 1876; 547 Milwaukee ave. 
Venn, Clement (R) Rush, 1887; 167 N. Clark, till 10, 1 to 3, after 7; 

tel. 3166. 
Venn, Henry (R) Royal P. & S., Ontario, 1861; 99 Blue Island 

ave., 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8; tel. 4101. 
Verity, W. P. (R) Rush, 1879; 62 E. Chicago ave., till 11, after 8. 
Vilas, Charles H. (H) Hahnemann, 1873; Central Music Hall, 9 to 1; 

res. Union Club. Prof, of Diseases Eye and 

Ear, Hahnemann Med. Col.; Senior Surg. Eye 

and Ear Dept. Hahnemann Hosp; tel. 2642. 
Vincent, Mary L. (R) Univ. Mich., 1875 ; 70 State, 10 to 1 ; res. 144 

22d. 



164 Chicago Physicians. 



w 

Wadsworth, F. L. (R) Rush, 1869 ; 607 Division, 1 to 3 ; tel. 3070. 

Prof. Physiology Worn. Med. Col. 
Wagner, C. B. (R) Chi. Med., 1888; Michael Reese Hosp. 
Waldmeyer, Jos. R, (R) State Med. Soc, N. J., 1875 ; 82 W. Madi- 
son, 11 to 12, 1 to 4; tel. 4753. 
Walker, Chas. E. (R) Rush, 1885 ; 85 Washington, 9 to 11 ; res. 321 

Park ave.; tel. 1339. 
Walker, Geo. B. (R) Nat. Eclec. Med. Col., 1870; Eclec. Med. Col. of 

Penn., 1877; 125 S. Clark, 1 to 4 ; res. 38 Wal- 
nut, till 9, 5 to 7 ; tel. 7016. 
Walker, J. B. 85 Washington, 10 to 4; res. 321 Park ave. 

Walker, J. Warren (R) Rush, 1884; 894 W. Lake, till 7, 10 to 12, 3 to 

5, 7 to 9. 
Walker, Sydney (R) Nashville Med. Col., 1884; 193 S. Clark, 10 to 

4; res. 419 W. Monroe. 
Wallace, Geo. B. (R) Ind. Med. Col., 1877; 420 S. Clark, 9 to 11, 3 

to 6, 7 to 9; tel. 1690; 347 5th ave., 1 to 3. 
Ward, Charles W. (R) Rush, 1887 ; Pres. Hosp.; tel. 7189 ; Senior 

Interne, Pres. Hosp. 
Ware, Lyman (R) Chi. Med., 1866 ; Univ. Penn., 1868; 125 State, 

9 to 11, 4 to 5; tel. 8233; res. 1620 Prairie ave. 

Oculist and Aurist, Pres. Hosp.; Oculist Chi. 

Orphan Asylum; Surg. Eye Dept., 111. Char. 

Eye and Ear Inf. 
Washburne, Geo. F. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1885; 9 Warren ave., 9 to 

10, 5 to 7; tel. 71Q2. 
Wassail, J. W. (R) Col. P. & S., Chi., 1884 ; 208 Dearborn ave., 9 

to 5; tel. 3125 ; Dentistry. Prof, of Regional 

Anatomy and Physiology in Chi. Col. of Dental 

Surg. 
Waters, Frank R. (H) Hahnemann, 1888; 1735 State, 8 to 10, 2 to 4, 

7 to 9. 
Waterous, Daniel S. (R) 170 Evergreen av. 
Watry, Joseph (H) Hahnemann Med. Col., 1883 ; Central Music 

Hall, 9 to 12:30; tel. 5642; res. 1668 Wellington 

ave., Lake View. Clinical Prof, of the Dis- 
eases of the Eye and Ear in Hahnemann Hosp.; 

Adj. Prof, to Eye and Ear Chair, Hahnemann. 
Watson, Lewis H. (R) Cincinnati Med. Col., 1866; 297 Indiana, till 

9, 1 to 2, 4 to 6; tel. 3419. 
Way, James P. (R) P. & S., 1886; 336 W. 12th, 8 to 10, 7 to 9 p. in., 

night; tel. 4061. 
Waxham, Frank E. (R) Chi. Med., 1878; 70 Monroe, 1 to 3; tel. 80; 

res. 3449 Indiana ave., 8 to 9, 6 to 7; tel. 8351. 

Clinical Prof. Laryngology and Rhinology, Chi. 

Ophthalmic Col.; Prof. Diseases of Children, 

Col. of P. & S. 



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Weaver, William H. (R) P. & S., 18S3; 394 Belden ave., till 10, 12 

to 3, 7 to 8; tel. 3317. Phys. to Home for In- 
curables and Gynecological Dept., Chi. Poli- 
clinic Disp. 
Webb, Frank R. (R) Chi. Med. 1875; 2894 Archer ave., 9 to 11, 7 to 

9; res. 3907 Michigan ave.; tel. 8297. 
Webb, W. J. (R) Univ. of Mich., 1878; 70 State, 12 to 2; tel. 

5558; res. 360 E. Division, till 10, after 6; tel. 

3284. 
Webster, C. E. (R; Harvard, 1883; Opera House block, 10 to 2; 

res. 104 Oak, tiil 9, 6 to 8. 
Webster, George W. (R) Chi. Med., 1882; 505 S. CaDal, 9 to 10, 4 to 

5, 7 to S; Sun., 10 to 11; tel. 4494; res. 1922 

Indiana .ave., 12 to 2; tel. 8044. Lecturer 

Physiology, Chi. Med. Col. 
Webster, John C. (R) Harvard, 1867; 820 W. Jackson, 8 to 10, 1 to 

2, 5 to 7; tel. 7188. 
Weeks, Geo. H. 1 Central Music Hall, 11 to 1 ; res. 2500 Indiana 

ave.; tel. 8122 
Weeks. J. A. Central Music Hall. 

Wegner, O. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1882; 875 Milwaukee ave., 8 

to 10, 2 to 4, 6 to 8; Sun., 9 to 10, 2 to 3; res. 

677 Leavitt; tel. 4118. 
Weilhart, Mrs. C. E. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1871; 3709 Ellis ave., 9 to 

10, 2 to 4. 
Weller, F. Montrose (R) Univ. Mich., 1854; 159 Clark, 12 to 3; res. 

243 31st. 
Wells, Catharine J. (H) Hahnemann, 1883; 70 State, 10 to 12, 3:30 

to 4:30; res. 217 31st, 5 to 7:30; tel. 8108. 
Wescott, Austin A. (E) Eclec. Med. Inst., Cincinnati, 1857; 57 S. 

Elizabeth, till 9, 1 to 2, 5 to 7; tel. 4638. 
Wescott, Cassius D. (R) Rush, 1883; cor. Madison and Ogden ave., 

10 to 12, 6 to 7; tel. 7172; res. 56 S. Elizabeth, 

at night; tel. 4638. Lecturer on Anatomy, 

Rush Med. Col. 
Wesley, A. A. (R) Chi. Med., 1887; 31st and State, 9 to 10:30, 4 to 

5, 7 to 8; res. 2952 State; tel. 8166. 
Westerburg, Richard (R) Wurzburg, 1866; 783 Milwaukee ave., till 

10, 2 to 4, eve.; tel. 4573. 
Weston, Edward B. (R) Rush, 1873; 65 Randolph, 2:30 to 4; tel. 

5558; res. 3225 Vernon ave., 6 to 7; tel. 8602. 
Wetherla, W. W. (R) Chi. Med., 1885; 315 North ave., till 9:30, 11 to 

1, 3 to 5, 7 to 9, nights; tel. 3208. 
Wetherell, Geo. F. (R) Univ. N. Y., 1856; 113 Adams, 10 to 3; res., 

164 Oakwood boul., 8 to 9, 5 to 6. 
Whalino-, Julia Cone (H) N.Y. Horn. Col., 1859; Clifton House, 10 to 3 
Wheeler, F. A. (E) Bennett, 1885; 581 State, 10 to 4. 
Whidden, Philon C. (R) Harvard Univ., 1866 ; 125 S. Western ave., 

8 to 9, 12 to 2, 6 to 8; tel. 7057. 
White, Carrie Noble (R) Worn. Med., 1887 ; 358 Ogden ave., 10 to 1, 

4:30 to 6; tel. 7196. 



166 Chicago Physicians. 

White, Chas. (R) Rush, 1863 ; 380 LaSalle ave., 9 to 10, 2 to 4, 

evening. 
White, G. J. (R) P. & S., 1887 ; 119 Madison, 10 to 1; tel. 1339. 
White, George (R) Kentucky School of Med., 1881; 1251 W. Mad- 
ison, 9 to 10, 1 to 2, 7 to 8; tel. 1007. 
White, H. A. (E) Eclectic Med. Inst., Cincinnati, 1882 ; 886 W. 

Madison, 10 to 2, 6 to 9; tel. 7176. 
White, J. E. (R) Rush, 1883; 358 Ogden ave., 8 to 10, evenings; 

tel. 7196. 
Whitfield, G. W. (R) Chi. Med., 1887 ; 240 Wabash, 10 to 1, 3 to 5, 

evening; tel. 2457. 
Whitford, H. K. (E) Eclec. Med. Inst., Cincinnati, 1861; 511 State; 

Tues. and Fri., 9 to 4; tel. 667; res. Elgin, 111., 

tel. 21 and 23. Emeritus Prof, of Principlel 

and Practice of Med., and Prof, of Clinicas 

Med., Bennett Med. Col.; Prof. Gen. Diseases, 

Bennett Free Disp. 
Whiting, Harry C. (R) Chi. Med., 1888 ; 3021 State, 10 to 2, 7 to 8 ; 

tel. 8126. 
Whitman, Charles H. (E) Bennett, 1886; 119 Madison; res., 5965 

Went worth ave. 
Whitney, Eugene W. (R) Rush, 1878; S. E. cor. Van Buren and Hal- 

sted, till 10, 12 to 1:30, evening ; Sun. till 10 ; 

tel. 4640. Demonstrator of Anatomy and Lec- 
turer on Surgery, Rush Med. Col. 
Whitney, L. W. (R) Western Reserve, Cleveland, 1877 ; 537 Lake, 

till 8, 6 to 9 ; tel. 7241. 
Wickersham, Swayne (R) Univ. Pa., 1855; 235 State, 9 to 10, 3 to 4, 

7 to 8. 
Wiggin, T. B. (R) P. & S., 1886; 70 Monroe, 11 to 1; tel. 2480; 

res. 79 31st, 9 to 10,3 to 4, 7 to 8; tel. 8354. 
Wight, Eli (E) Bennett, 1885; 108 Washington, 12 to 1; tel. 

1294; res. 856 Warren ave., till 10, 5 to 7; tel. 

7118. Prof. Obstetrics, Bennett Col. 
Wilbur, C. A. (H) Castleton Med. Col., 1852; 355 N. Clark, 8 to 

10, 5 to 6. 
Wilcox, Colin H. (R) Rush, 1888; 1339 W. Madison 
Wild, Theo. (R) Rush, 1865; 465 'Milwaukee ave., 2 to 4, 8 to 9; 

tel. 4575; res. 697 1ST. Robey,till 9. 
Wilder, Flavius M.(R) Univ. Mich., 186S; 2515 Wabash ave., 8 to 9, 

2 to 3, 9 to 7; tel. 8335. Throat and Chest Dept. 

S. Side Free Disp. 
Wildman, H. G. 224 State; res. 348 Michigan ave. 

Wilke, William M. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1878; 273 N. May, 1 to 3; 

tel. 4029. 
Wilkin, J. S. (R) Buffalo, 1862; 225 Dearborn, 10 to 4; 'res. 

764 Walnut, till 9, 6 to 9 p. m. 
Wilkins, J. R. (R) Starling Med. Col., Columbus, 1856; 35 and 36 

Ashland block, lOto 4; res. 155 S. Hoyne ave.; 

tel. 5453, 



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Willard, Alfred L. (E) Bennett, 1878; 218 S. State, 9 to 5. Prof. 
Osteology and Morbid Anatomy, Bennett Med. 
Col.; Prof, of Pathology, Chi. Col. of Oph- 
thalmology and Otology. 
Willard, Geo. E. (K) Chi. Med., 1874; 3169 Archer are., 3 to 5 ; res. 
3342 S. Paulina, till 9, 6 to 9. 

Williams, C.A. (H) Hahnemann, 1861 ; 103 State, 11:30 to 1 ; tel. 
7139; res. 14 Warren ave. 

Williams, D. H. (R) Chi. Med., 1883 ; 3034 Michigan ave., 9 to 10 

3:30 to 5, and nights. 
Williams, Edwin C. (H) Chi. Horn. Med.. 1886 ; 3214 Graves pi., 8 
to 9, 1 to 3, 6:30 to 7:30; tel. 8084. 

Williams, J. B. (R) Univ. Penn., 1881 ; 358 Ogden ave., 7 to 9 a. m., 
12 to 1, 6 to 9; tel. 7196. 

Williams, John F. (R) Chi. Med., 1865 ; 427 Center, 10 to 1 ; tel. 
3072. 

Williams, L. R. (R) Rush, 1875; 68 Randolph, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. ; 
res. 629 Sedgwick. 

Williamson, J. G. (E) Bennett, 1882 ; 125 S. Clark, 11 to 3 ; res. 
Hinsdale. 

Wilms, Edwin O. (R) Miami Col., Cincinnati, 1886; Clark and Harri- 
son, 2 to 5; res. 124 Fullerton ave., 8 to 9, 7 to 
8; tel. 3648. 

Wilson, John H. (R) Harvard, 1881 ; 220 Dearborn ave., 7 to 10, 4 to 5, 
6 to 8; tel. 3002. Phys. to Home for Incura- 
bles; Neurologist to Chi. Policlinic. 

Wimermark, Arvid H. (R) Rush, 1884; 68 E. Chicago ave., till 9, 1 
to 2, 7 to 8; tel. 3113. Asst. Surg. Chi. Poli- 
clinic Hosp., and Surg., to Chi. Policlinic 
Disp., Gynaecological Dept. 

Windrow, Sven (R) Carolina M. & S. Inst,, Stockholm, 1881; Univ. 
Penn., 1887; 64 E. Chicago ave., till 10, 2 to 4, 
after 6; tel. 3113. Asst. Eye Dept. Chi. Poli- 
clinic. 

Winer, J. K. (R) Rush, 1884; 205 E. Ohio, 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8; 
tel. 3045. 

Wing, Elbert (R) Rush, 1882; 3266 Cottage Grove ave., 9 to 11, 3 
to 5, 7 to 8 ; tel. 8354. Dem. Pathology, Chi. 
Med. Col. 

Wolford, W. H. (E) Bennett, 1885; 3904 State, 8 to 10, 4 to 9; tel. 
9853 ; res. 3732 State, till 8, after 9 ; tel. 9869. 

Wolgamott, Geo. W. (R) Keokuk, Iowa, 1861; 70 State, 10 to 4; tel. 
2558; res. 47 S. Elizabeth, till 9, after 5 ; tel. 4090 

Woodbury, W. H. (H) Hahnemann, 1866; Central Music Hall, 11 to 
12, 2 to 4; res. 315 Washington boul., 7 to 9, 7 
to 8 ; tel. 4583. 

Woodward, A. W. (H) Hahnemann, 1865 ; 130 Ashland ave. ; tel. 
7102. Prof. Materia Med. and Therapeutics, 
Chi. Horn. Med. Col. 

Wood worth, P. M. (R) Chi. Med. Col., 1878 ; 411 Center, till 8, 1 to 
2; tel. 3345. 



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Wright, F. R. (R) Rush, 1885; 3714 Ellis ave., 9 to 11, 2 to 4; tel. 

9874. 



Yates, George F. (R) Rush, 1888 ; 1237 W. Jackson, till 9, 1 to 2, 

evening; tel. 7206. 
Young, J. (H) Hahnemann Med. Col., 1888 ; 81 29th, 9 to 10, 

2 to 3. 



Zeisler, Joseph (R) Univ. of Vienna, 1882 ; 125 State, 10 to 2; tel. 
5442; res. 2924 Groveland; tel. 8210. 



1. NlEHAIS, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

ARTIFICIAL LIMBS, 

Deformity Apparatus, Braces, 
Trusses, Etc./ Etc. 

89 RANDOLPH ST., 

4s 




Rooms 7 and 8. 




Northwestern Dental Infirmary 



ssoortvd: 210, 



CHICAGO OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. 



To the Medical Profession: 

Your attention is invited to our institution, established some 
months since. None but skilled workmen are employed — no stu- 
dents or apprentices— and nothing but first-class work done. All 
extracting free, and all fillings, crown work, etc., is done at the 
smallest possible price. As we buy all our materials in large quan- 
tities, for cash, we are enabled to do work for what other houses 
are compelled to pay for the material alone. 

On account of our large force of mechanical dentists, etc., we 
are enabled to do work in the shortest possible time, and at the 
least inconvenience to our patrons. 

In this age of fancy prices and cheap student work at so-called 
dental colleges, physicians can serve the best interests of their pa- 
tients by recommending them to a place where first-class work 
can be obtained at little more than the cost of materials, and done 
promptly. No waiting. 

We can make artificial teeth in less time, and for less money, 
than any other place in the United States. 

H. C. MAGNUSSON, 

President 

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Oakwoodfe, 
^Springs 

SANITARIUM, 

Lake Geneva. Wis. 




'LAKE ELBA." WITHIN THE GROUNDS OF 0AKW00D. 



A View on Lake Geneva. 



THE SANITARIUM is 
in the midst of a region, 
20 by 30 miles in extent, 
having the smallest death 
rate . of any such area in 
the United States. Malaria 
is here unknown. 

Lake Geneva is 9 miles 
long and 200 feet deep. It 
has no inlet, save the pure 
Silurian Springs that gush 
from its bed and banks. 



In summer, the excursions by steam, sail and row boats ; the 
drives, fishing and outdoor amusements in the perfect grounds of 
Oakwood, afford recreation. In. cold weather, the Sanitarium is a 
perfect home of winter comforts. 

For Medical Staff, class of patients treated, address, etc., please 
see pages 16, 121, 137, 183 and 190, in this Directory. 

170 



COOK COUNTY PHYSICIANS OUTSIDE OF CHICAGO. 



BARRINGTON. 

Dornbusch, H. W. (R) Rush, 1883; also at Arlington Heights, 

Tuesdav, Thursday and Saturday. 
Filkins, Frank S. (R) 
Kendall, C. H. (E) Bennett, 1878; 12 to 3. 
Richardson, D. H. (Rational) Rush, 1882; Chi. Horn. Med., 1883; 

8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 2 p. m. 
Smith, Dexter A. (R) Georgetown, 1884. 

BREMEN. 

Bishop, C. W. (E) Bennett, 1873; New Bremen. 

Padotzckie, Mary E. (E) Bennett, 1883; New Bremen, 8 to 10, 5 to 7. 

CALUMET. 

Day, Frances 0. (R) Worn. Med., 1884; Blue Island. 
Faber, Carl (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1879; Blue Island. 
German, Wm. H. (R) Mich., 1883; Morgan Park, 8 to 9 a. m., 5 to 

7:30 p. m.; 163 State, Chicago, 11:30 to 2. 
Harmon, J. W. (R) Albany, 1844; Blue Island. 
Heffron, Helen M. (H) Hahnemann, 1883; Washington Heights. 
Kauffman, J. S. (R) Rush, 1875; Blue Island, 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 2, and 

6:30 to 7:30 p. m. 
Lowenthal, Louis (H) Chi. Horn., 1879; Washington Heights. 
Oliver, Emma L. (R) Worn. Med., 1881; Fernwood, morning and 

evening; office, Auburn, 9 to 11; tel. 88. 
Oliver, W. H. (R) Victoria, Canada, 1866; Washington Heights, 9 to 

12 and evenings; res. Fernwood, till 9, 4 to 6 p. m. 
Pease, F. Olin (H) Chi. Horn., 1886; Morgan Park, 8 to 9, 3 to 4, and 

evening. 

CICERO. 

Bemis, J. G. (E) Bennett, 1883; P. & S.; N. Y., 1865; 300 Maple 
ave., Oak Park; office, 103 State, Chicago, 12 to 1. Prof. Ob- 

Bond, Arthur G. (R) Rush, 1878; Oak Park, till 9 a. m., 1 to fy and 7 

to 9 p. m. 
Hardy, Anna C. (H) Hahnemann, 1888; 310 Oak Park ave., Oak 

Park, 8 to 11, 6 to 7:30. 
Jones, Charles E. (R) Bellevue, 1876; 118 Pine ave., Austin, 8 to 9, 

at 12, 7 to 8. 

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172 County Physicians. 



Lackey, R. M. (R) Rush, 1861; 115 Marion, Oak Park, 7 to 9 a. m., 

lto2. 
Latimer, H. H. (E) Bennett, 1885; Moreland. 
Newell, R. C, Austin. 

Pope, Ira E. (R) St. Louis, 1881; Moreland. 
Stratford, H. K. (E) Eclectic, Phila., 1865; Austin, 7 to 9:80 a, m., 7 

to 9 p. m.; also 243 State, Chicago, 11 to 5. 
Tape, J. W. (R) Rush, 1870; 350 Lake, Oak Park, 7 to 9, 4 to 6. 
Wood, E. W. (H) Geneva, 1850; 122 Marion, Oak Park, 8 to 9 a. m., 

1 to 2 p. m., and evening. 

EVANSTON. 

Bond, Thomas S. (R) Chi. Med., 1867; P. & S., K Y., 1868; 33 Chi- 
cago ave., till 10 a. m., 1 to 3, and at 7 p. m.; tel. 55. 

Bradley, William (R) Geneva, 1864. 

Brandon, Merrilt C. (H) Hahnemann, Phila., 1873; 709 Chicago ave., 
8 to 9, 1 to 2, 5 to 7; tel. 36. 

Brayton, Sarah H. (R) Free Med. Col. for Worn., K Y., 1875; 607 
Orrington ave. 

Burbank C. H. (R) Rush, 1872; Rogers Park. 

Burchmore, John H. (R) Harvard, 1875; 1005 Davis. 

Clapp, E. P. (H) Hahnemann, 1882; 323 Davis. 

Clayton, Allan B. (R & H) P. & S., Ont., 1869; 627 Chicago ave., 8 
to 10, 1 to 2, and 6 to 8; tel. 107. 

Craig, J. D. (H) Hyg. Ther. Col., N. Y., 1858; Rogers Park; also 
Central Music Hall, Chicago. 

McCrillis, Mary F. (H) Boston Univ., 1882; 706 Chicago ave., 8 to 9, 
3 to 5. 

Mann, O. H. (H) 513 Davis. 

Maxson, O. T. (R) Rush, 1849; 11 Ducat Block, 1 to 3; Ridge and 
Lincoln ave., S. Evanston. 

Parker, A. TL, 639 Hinman ave. 

Poole, Isaac (R) Berkshire, 1862; 531 Ridge. 

Romig, S. V. (R) Univ. Mich., 1872; Rogers Park. 

Webster, Edward H. (R) Chi. Med., 1877; 236 Chicago ave. 

Whitfield, Geo. W. (R) 316 Davis; tel. 11-1. 

HYDE PARK. 

Andrews, Sarah W., (H) Hahnemann, 1882; 1801 Bowen ave. 

Arnold, Martin B., South Chicago. 

Arnold, Mrs. Wilhelmina, South Chicago. 

Baldwin, Olivia A. (H) Hahnemann, 1886; Univ. Mich., 1887; 4012 

Cottage Grove ave.; tel. 9850. 
Barrows, Ransom M. (H) Mich Univ., 1877; Hahnemann, 1884; 2702 

63d, 8 to 10,1 to 3, 6:30 to 7:30, Sunday 3 to 4; res. 6413 Sheridan 

ave. ; tel. 9889. 
Bass, Geo. E., South Chicago. 
Bass, L. G., Roseland. 
Benson, Fredk. N., South Chicago. 



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Bowerman, Mrs. Martha A. (H) Hahnemann. 1882; 1316 Oakwood 

boul., till 9, 1 to 4, 6 to 7:30; tel. 9850. 
Boyd, R. D., Rush, 1878; 3946 Cottasre Grove ave. 
Brown, Thomas H., 814 43d 
Buchanan, C. H. (R) Rush, 1876; 3901 Cottage Grove ave., 9 to 10, 

3 to 5, 7 to 8; tel. 9849; res. 1337 40th. 
Burry, Jas. (R) Chi. Med. 1875; 4012 Ellis ave. 
Chapman, Geo. H. (R) Rush, 1874; 7510 Greenwood ave., till 8, 2 to 

4, 6 to/7. 
Coe, Milton F. (R) P. & S., 1888; 144 Oakwood boul., 10 to 12, 3 to 

5; tel. 9966; res. 221 E. 42d, till 9, 12 to 1:30, after 7; tel. 9913. 
Collins, R. G., (R) Chi. Med., 1885; 5103 State. 
Cook, J. C. (R) Chi. Med., 1880; 130 53d, 11 to 12, 4 to 5; tel. 9829; 

res. 5708 Rosalie Ct., before 9, 1 to 2, 7 to 8. 
Cory, A. L., (E) Bennett, 1871; 4136 Wabash ave. 
Crary, Charles W. (H) Jefferson, 1858; 83 47th, 8 to 10, 2 to 4; tel. 

9954. 
David, J. C, 1421 Oakwood boul.; also 103 State 
Dorland, E. H., 4329 Lake ave.; also Chi. Opera House bldg. 
Dorn, Gay (R) Chi. M<>d., 1883; Cottage Grove ave. and 43d, 8 to 9, 

5 to 6; tel. 9913; res. 1500 E. 41st, 12 to 2, 6 to 7; tel. 9912. 
Edgar, Wm. H.,*3901 Cottage Grove ave.; res. 4246 Champlain ave. 
Ewing, Alice A., (H) Hahnemann, 1887; 144 Oakwood blvd; 9 to 12, 

7 to 8. 

French, Mrs. Amelia J., Grand Crossing. 

Froom, Albert E., 3901 Wentworth: also 3726 LaSalle 

Flood, J. Ramsay (R) Jefferson, 1866; res. 5320 Jefferson ave.; tel. 

9829. 
Frothingham, H. H. (R) Chi. Med., 1885; 4306 Lake ave., 9 -to 10:30, 

4:30 to 6; tel. 9982; also 235 State. 
-Garceau, Alex. E., Univ. Vt, 1881; 136 53d, 9 to 10, 2 to 3, 7 to 8; 

tel 9829. 
Gee, W. S. (H) Hahnemann, 1881 ; 109 53d, 8 to 10, 1 to 2:30, 6:30 to 

7:30; res. 5317 Jefferson ave., till 8, after 7:30; tel. 9918. 
Goetz, Julius A., Pullman. 
Goodrich, A. A. (H) Hahnemann Med. Col., 1884; 4337 Champlain 

ave. 
Graves, Kate I. (H) Hahnemann, 1885; 5730 Madison ave., 9 to 11, 

6 to 8; tel. 9933. 

Hall, C. B. (H) Hahnemann, 1886; 5516 Jefferson ave., 8 to 9, 6 to 7; 

tel. 9933. 
Heissler, W. (R) Dorpot, Russia, 1883; Bacon Block, South Chicago, 

8 to 10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8. 

Hews, C. D. (R) Mich. Univ., 1870; Roseland. 

Hibbard, William N. (R) Chi. Med. Col., 1886; 130 53d, 9 to 10, 4 to 

5:30; tel. 9829; res. 5000 Greenwood ave., till 9, evening; tel. 

9885. 
Hilton, G. V. (R) Detroit Med. Col., 1876; 2710 63d, 11 to 12, 3 to 5; 

tel. 9889; res. Woodlawn Park. 
Holcomb, Fred. (R) Albany, 1882; Holcomb Block, Kensington, 8 to 

9, 1 to 2, 7 to 8; res. 504, 115th. 



174 County Physicians. 



Holmes, Bayard, Chi. Horn. Med., 1884; Chi. Med., 1888; 1535 

■ Bowen ave., till 10, after 4; also 125 State. 
Huffaker, T. S. (H) Hahnemann, 1884; 3900 Cottage Grove ave., 9 

to, 10, 2 to 4, 7 to 8; tel. 9817 ; res. 245 E. 43d, till 8:45, 11 to 1, 5 

to 6; tel. 9913. 
Johnson, W. S. (H) Hahnemann, 1868; 5324 Washington ave., 7 to 9, 

1 to 2, 7 to 8; tel. 9916. 

Kemp, N. C. (H) Hahnemann, 1886; 3904 Indiana ave., 8 to 10, 1 to 

3, 6:30 to 7:30; tel. 9941. 
Kidder, F. H. (R) Long Island Col. Hosp., 1884; 92d and Houston, 

So. Chicago, 12 to 2, 6 to 8. 
Lackersteen, Mark H. (R) Royal, London, 1869; St. Andrew's, 1858; 

3962 Cottage Grove ave., 8 to 10, 6 to 8; tel. 9850; also, 163 State. 
Larkin, J. J., Commercial blk., So. Chicago. 
Lawless, James, (R) Rush, 1877; 5035 State. 
Lewis, Denslow (R) Univ. Mich., 1878; cor. Lake ave. and 53d, 11 to 

12, 5 to 6; tel. 9810; res. 217 53d; tel. 9844. Obstetrician and 

GynsiBCologist, Cook Co. Hospital. 
Love, John T., So. Chicago. 
Lowe, Julia R. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1881; 3946 Lake ave., 1 to 2, 6 

to 7; tel. 9856. 
MacCracken, W. P. (H) Hahnemann, 1887; cor. 43d and Lake ave., 

till 9, 12 to 2, 6 to 7:30; tel. 9982. 
McDonald, Jas. H. (R)Chi. Med, 1876; Hegewisch. 
McLean, Jno. (R) Rush, 1863; 3 Florence boul., Pullman, 7 to 9, 12 

to 2, 6 to 8; tel. 20. 
Maull, W. C. (R) Louisville, 1869; 3979 Drexel boul., 8 to 9, 1 to 2 ; 

tel. 9817. 
Meeker, Lysander (R) Keokuk, 1857; cor. Bond and 78tb, Chelten- 
ham, 6 to 8 p. m.; also 134 E. Van Buren. 
McLaughlin, A. W., Houston ave , near 91st, So. Chicago. 
Merrill, Arabella (H) Univ. of Mich., 1887; 4012 Cottage Grove ave., 

8 to 10, 1 to 3, 6:30 to 7:30; tel. 9850. 
Miller, E. (R) P. & S., 1886; 20 Kensington ave. 
Morris, Alfred W. (R) Louisville Med. Col., 1877; cor. Lake ave. and 

54th, 9 to 11, 1 to 2:30, 6 to 8; tel. 8835. 
Nelson, H. H. (R) Rush, 1888; 4250 Cottage Grove ave., 9 to 12^30, 

2 to 5; tel. 9913, 

O'Neal, J. F. (E) Med. Inst., Cincinnati, 1874; 109 E. 51st, till 9, 12 

to 2, after 6; tel. 9807. 
Otto, Joseph P., So. Chicago. 
Paine, A. G. (R) Univ. N. Y. City, 1877; 3965 Cottage Grove ave., 10 

to 12, 4 to 6; tel. 9849; res. 3964 Drexel boul. 
Parsons, Geo. F., (R) P. & S.. 1886 ; 3904 Cottage Grove ave., 8 to 10, 

3 to 6, 7 to 8:30; tel. 9817; res. 3933 Drexel boul. 

Pattison, J. M. Lyon (H) Hahnemann, 813 Arcade Row, Pullman, 1 

to 5. 
Pease, Hiram L., (R) Chi. Med., 1877 ; 7538 Greenwood ave., till 8, 

12 to 2, 6 to 7; tel. 9821. 
Peaslee, Clara W. (H) Hahnemann, 1886 ; 5306 Jefferson ave., 9 to 

12, 3 to 5; tel. 9859, 



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Pusey, Chas. M. (R) Louisville, 1884 ; S. E. cor. 75th and Drexel 

boul., 9 to 10; tel. 9821; res. 7011 Stoney Island ave., 7 to 8:30, 

12 to 1:30, after 6:30. 
Randell, Geo. H. (R) Univ. Mich., 1878; 4024 Drexel boul., 8 to 9, 4 

to 5; tel. 9809. 
Rankin, A. C, Starling 1852; 9 Market, Pullman, till 12; 202 State, 

Chicago, 2 to 5. 
Rockwell, C. B. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1883; 180 53d, Hyde Park, 8 to 

10, 1 to 3, 7 to 9; tel. 9829. 
Rockwell, H. O. (R) Chi. Med., 1881; 144 Oakwood boul., 10 to 12, 

3 to 5, 8 to 9; tel. 9966; res. 3805 Johnson PI. 
Schmidt, F. W. (R) Chi. Med., 1885; Riverdale, till 9, 11:30 to 1:30, 

after 4. 
Scovel, W. C, Grand Crossing. 
Smith, Julia M. (H) Hahnemann, 1884; 1110 Bowen ave., till 9, 1 to 

2, after 6; tel. 9912. 
Sparrow, Hannah Steele (E) Bennett, 1887; Erie ave., So. Chicago, 

till 9, after 12 m. 
Stebbings, Horace P. (R) Chi. Med., 1886; 130 53d, lto 3; 6110 State, 

9 to 10, 5 to 6, 8 to 9; tel. 9829; res., 6015 Indiana ave., till 9, 12 

to 1, and nights. Health Officer, Hyde Park. 
Stockwell, J. S."(R) Rush, 1888; 144 Oakwood boul., tel. 9850. 
Stone, Willis C. (R) Rush, 1884; 4258 Cottage Grove ave., 9 to 11; 

tel. 9913; res. 4005 Prairie ave., afternoons; tel. 9941; at Central 

Free Dispensary, 2 to 4 Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Swan, Chas. F. (R) Ohio Med., 1875; So. Chicago, till 9, 12 to 2, 6 to 

8; tel. 8941. 
Tillotson, H. Jno. (R) P. & S., Baltimore, 1880; Hegewisch ave. and 

133d, Hegewisch, 7 to 9 a. m., 7 to 9 p. m. 
Wagner, Mrs. Caroline, So. Chicago. 
Waite, Lucy (H) Hahnemann, 1883; cor. 53d and Jefferson ave., 10 

to 2; tel. 9859. 
Wardner, M. S. (R) Rush, 1884; 4201 Cottage Grove ave. 
Was, J. W. (R) Univ. Mich.; Roseland, 7 to 9, 2 to 4, 6 to 8. 
White, G. J. (R) Toronto Med. Col., 1885; 5349 Lake ave., till 9:30, 

2 to 3. 
Webster, E. M. (R) Starling, 1884; Winnipeg blk., So. Chicago, till 

10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8. 
Wetherell, G. T. (R) Univ. N. Y., 1856; 164 Oakwood boul., 8 to 9, 

5 to 8; 113 Adams, 10 to 3. 

JEFFERSON. 

Adams, A. L. (E) Bennett, 1886; Irving and Douglass aves., Irving 

Park, 10 to 12, 4 to 6. 
Butler, Alvin S. (H) Hahnemann, 1884; Maplewood, 10 to 12, 5 to 7. 
Dutd, W. A. (E) Bennett, 1885; Maplewood. 
Moore, Malcolm T. (R) P. & S,, 1885; Maynard st., 8 to 9 a. m., 6 to 

8 p. m, 



176 County Physicians. 



LAKE. 

Arnold, W. J. (R) Michigan, 1884; 68th and Wallace. 

Bacon, E. Z. (H) Hahnemann, 1886; 5629 Wentworth ave., till 9, 3 

to 6. 
Bacon, Martin W. (R) Univ. of Mich., 1875; 6700 Perry ave. till 9, 2 

to 4, 7 to 8. 
Bell, Geo. (R) Victoria, Can., 1888; 4222 Ashland ave., 3 to 5; res. 

1410 35th. 
Bell, James (R) Victoria, Can., 1887; 4944 Ashland ave., 8 to 10, 12 

to 2:30, 6 to 8; tel. 9543. 
Blaine, J. E. (R) Bellevue, 1872; 309 63d st. 
Borter, F. X. (R) Innsbruck, 1878; 4822 Ashland ave., 9:30 to 12; 

tel. 9543; also IS". W. cor. Polk and Clark, Chicago. 
Bronson, Henry (R) Univ. Vt., 1887; 6848 Wentworth ave. 
Brooke, F. C. Normal Park. 
Brown, Thos. H. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1884; 814 43d, 8 to 10, 3 to 5; 

tel. 9550. 
Burke, R. H. (R) Univ. of Mich., 1880; 4209 S. Halsted, 2 to 4 p. m.; 

tel. 9601; res. 4700 Ashland ave., 7 to 9, 6 to 8. 
Bushee, G. B. (H) Hahnemann, 1887; cor. Wright and Chestnut, till 

9, 12 to 2, 6 to 7; tel. 86. 
Caldwell, Chas. P. (R) Chi. Med., 1876; Rush, 1877; 749 W. 43d, till 

9, 12 to 1, after 5. 
Caldwell, H. J. (R) Trinity, 1885; 4902 State, till 9, 11 to 2, after 7; 

tel. 9807 
Calvert, G. S. (R) Northwestern Med. Col., St. Joseph, Mo., 1885; 

6913 Sherman, Englewood. 
Champlin, A. H. Mich. Univ., 1869; 61st and School. 
Chavett, Franklin (E) Bennett, 1869; 6333 Yale. 
Clendenning, J. W. (R) 4702 State, till 9, after 7; tel. 9807. 
Collins, R, G. (R) Chi. Med., 1885; 5103 State, till 9, 1 to 2, 7 to 8; 

tel. 9807. 
Cory, Alphonso L. (R) Bennett, 1871; 4136 Wabash, 8 to 9, 1 to 3; tel. 

9950. 
Curry, C. P. (R) 6034 Halsted, 7 to 10, 7 to 9. 
Davis, J. G. (R) 544 63d. 

DeWolf, James E. (R) Harvard, 1866; 440 Englewood ave.; tel. 49. 
Dougherty, Patrick (R) Chi. Med., 1884; 5101 Wentworth ave., till 9, 

12 to 1, 6 to 8; tel. 65. 
Dow, M. C. 4201 Wentworth ave. 
Doyle, Jeremiah, Dublin 1871; 1239 47th. 
Eskridge, J. H. (K\ 815 43d, 8 to 10, at 12, after 6; tel 9536. 
Fairbanks, C. D. (H) Hahnemann, 1867; 6342 Yale, 8 to 9, 12 to 2, 6 

to 8; tel. 14. 
Fenn, Thos. L. (R) P. & S., N. Y., 1881; 4631 Wentworth ave-, till 9. 

1 to 3, 6 to 8; tel, 9647. 
Foster, J. M. (R) Harvard, 1866; Vehmeyer Block. 
Foulks, C. Allison (R) Chi. Med., 1885; 4700 State, 10 to 12, 6 to 8; 

tel. 9807; also 279 State, Chicago. 
Goodall, W. W. (R) 4626 Wentworth ave. 



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Goodhue, Mrs. H. A. (H) 558 62d st. 

Goodhue, O. A. (H) 658 62d st. 

Greenleaf, Geo. T. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1881; 6557 Wentworth ave., 

8 to 9, 12 to 3, 6 to 8; tel. 39. 
Hall, J. L. S. (R) Bennett; 4704 Ashland ave., 10 to 12, 2 to 4. 
Harris, A. F. (H) Hahnemann, 1884; 514 61st till 9, 12 to 2, 6 to 7. 
Heskett, S. F. Normal Park. 

Holman, E. E. (H) Hahnemann, 1878; Behmeyer Block. 
Hunt, J. S. (R) Rush, 1884; 558 63d st. 
Hurford, W. D. (R) Jefferson, 1878; 6714 Lafayette ave., till 9, after 

4:30. 
Hurst, N. N. (R) Jefferson, 1873; 3906 State, 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 2, 8 

to 9 p. m.; tel. 9853; at 5100 Wentworth ave., 4 to 5. 
Jones, Joshua (R) Mich. Univ., 1879; Auburn, till 8, 12 to 2, after 8. 
Kirkpatrick, Lafayette, Ohio Med., 1879; 6246 Wentworth ave., 7 to 

9, 2 to 4, after 7. 
Lawless, James, (R) Rush, 1877; 5035 State. 
Lovewell, C. H. (R) Univ. of Mich., 1871; 6058 Wentworth ave , till 

8, 12 to 2, after 7; tel. 6. 
Lyman, M. J. (R) Castleton, 1855; 6401 Stewart ave., 7 to 9, 1 to 3 
Marley, J. W. (E) 3904 State, 10 to 12, 7 to 9; tel. 9853; res. 6358 

Honore. 
McNeal, John, 6700 Stewart. 
Liddell, Mark J., S. Englewood. 
McKenna, M. J., 4062 State, 4306 Wentworth ave. 
Meehan, Martin G. (R) Rush, 1885; 4341 S. Halsted, 8 to 10, 12 to 2, 

6 to 8; tel. 9550. 

Minaker, W. (R) Royal Edin.; 6204 Wentworth ave., 8 to 10 2 to 4, 7 

to 9; tel. 58; res. 6206 Wentworth ave. 
Morton, E. C. (R) Ctii. Med., 1888; 6801 S. Halsted, 8 to 9, 1 to 2:30 

7 to 8:30; tel. (Englewood) 66. 

North, Charles F. (R)'Univ. of Leipsic, 1884; 309 63d, 9 to 10, 2 to 
3, 7 to 8; res. 240 61st, 1 to 2. 

Oliver, Emma L. (R) Worn. Med., 1884; Auburn 9 to 11; res.. Fern- 
wood. 

Parsons, Wm., 4335 Emerald ave. 

Pierpoint, Ernest, 6553 Yale. 

Poppe, Otto(H) Hahnemann, 1870; 4423 Wentworth av. 

Reasner, Marie E. (E) Bennett's 1878; 5729 LaSalle, till 9, 5 to 6; 
also Cent. Music Hall, 11 to 2. 

Reese, Joseph (R) 5108 and 5420 S. Halsted. 

Rowe, Adeline A. 6223 School. 

Saguin, Hubert cor. 58th and Wright; tel. 5750. 

Spach, A. B. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1886; 6310 Wentworth av. 

Sparling, Ellis H. (H) Chi. Horn. Med. 1884; 6737 Yale. 

Stockham, Alice B. (H) 6058 LaSalle, also 161 LaSalle St., Chicago. 

Strickland, Chas. O. (R) Rush, 1888; 1043 53d till 9, 11 to 12, 2 to 3; 
Branch office 5108 S. Halsted, 9 to 10, 4 to 5. 

Sullivan, T. J. (R) Univ. Mich, 1880; 4209 Halsted, 2 to 4; res. 4700 
Ashland av.; tel. 9601. 

Sweet, H. P. cor. School and Chestnut, 



178 County Physicians. 



Tallman, E. D. (R) Univ. of Mich., 1882; Auburn Park, 2 to 4, tel. 

88; res. S. Englewood till 9, 1 to 2, after 7; tel. 87. 
Taylor, Cora E. (H) Pulte, Cincinnati, 1884; 6356 Stewart av. 
Thornton, Francis E. (E) Bennett, 1888; cor. Belmont and Ellis avs. 

7 to 9, 5 to 8; res. Avondale. 
Tillotson, G. K. (A) Rush, 1876; 4132 Wentworth av. till 9, 12 to 2, 

after 7 
Turner, B. S. (R) Chi. Med., 87; 3906 State, 12 to 1, 3 to 5, 8 to 9; 

tel. 9853; 5100 Wentworth av., 10 to 11; tel. 35, (Englewood.) 
Westerfield, W. C. (R) St. Louis, 1859; 553 Englewood av. 
Whitford, Henry Edgar, (E) Bennett, 1881; Newman blk. 63d and 

Stewart av. till 9:30,12 to 1:30, after 6 tel. 33 (Englewood). 

Prof, of Dermatology and venereal Diseases, Bennett Med. Col. 
Whitman, Chas. H. 5765 Wentworth av.;also 119 Madison, Chicago. 
Wilder, D. J.(R) Univ. of Mich., 1877; 6320 Wentworth av. till 8:30, 

1 to 3, 6 to 8. 
Wolford, Wm. H. 3904 State. 

LAKE VIEW. 

Abbott, W. C. (R) Univ. Mich., 1885; Ravenswood till 9, 1 to 2, after 

6 tel. 12106; Argyle 3 to 4. 
Avery, Elizabeth (H) Hahnemann, 1887; 315 Lincoln av. 8 to 10:30, 

6:30 to 7:30. 
Bacon, J. V. (R) Chi. Med., 1885; Lincoln and Belmont avs. 4 to 5 

p. m.; tel. 12075; res. 1402 Wrightwood av. 1 to 2, 6 to 7, and 

nights; telephone 12035. 
Barker, W. A. (H) Hahnemann, 1879; 1740 Diversey av. 8 to 10, 2 to 

4, 7 to 8; tel. 12033. 

Barnet, A. D. (R) Toronto, 1887; 721 Lincoln av. till 9, 1 to 2, after 
7; tel. 12064. 

Bennett, E. R. (R) Rush, 1882; 893 Clybourn av. 7 to 8 a. m., 3 to 4 
p. m. ; tel. 12,038. 

Blake, S. C. (R) Harvard. 1853; 576 Fullerton av. 4 to 6 p. m.; tel. 3966, 
also 125 State, Chicago. Consulting Staff Women and Chil- 
dren's Hospital. 

Bridgeford, Jennie E.(R) Worn. Med., 1877; 1426 N. Clark till 10, after 

5, tel. 12033. Physician to Floating Hospitals. 

Brigham, L. Ward (E) Bennett, 1888; Gross Park, 10 to 12, 2 to 4, 

6:30 to 7:30; res. 754 Herndon; tel. 12075. 
Bunn, M. O. (R) 1619 Diversey av. 
Cross, Edwin (H) Cincinnati Col. M. & S., 1872; 1436 Wrightwood 

av., 8 to 9:30, 1 to 2:30. 6 to 7:30; tel. 12087. 
Gates, W. S. (R) Chic. Med. 1881; 1247 Wrightwood av. till 9, 12 to 

1, 6 to 7; tel. 12020. 
Goldsborough, C. B. (R) Univ. of Penn., 1876, Resident Surg, in 

Charge U. S.Hosp., tel. 3907. 
Goodsmith, H. M. (R) P. and S., 1887; 413 Lincoln av. till 10, 12 to 

2; 12041. 
Goodsmith, AVm. P. (R) Rush, 1883; 413 Lincoln av. 



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Green, Isadore (H) Hahnemann, 1886; 315 Lincoln av. 9 to 12,7 to 8; 

tel. 3317. 
Helmuth, C. A. (R) Berlin, 1844; 624 Lincoln av., also 26 N. Clark. 
Hobart, W. F. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1886; Wood and Melrose, Gross 

Park, 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6 to 8; tel. 12039. 
Hoffman G. A. (E) Bennett, 1878; 838 Seminary ave. 
Jacobs, J. M. (E) Bennett, 1S87; cor. Lincoln and Southport avs. till 

9, 1 to 2, after 5; tel. 12124. 
Keeton, Theodore A. (R) Jefferson, 1876; Ravenswood 10 to 2; tel. 

3908. 
Ludwig, C. H. (H)Chi. Horn. Med., 1875; 600 Lincoln av. till 9, after 

3; tel. 12035. 
McKittrick, Elizabeth (R) Worn. Med., 1880; 450 Racine av., 8 to 10, 

4 to 6; tel 3959. 
Oliver, N. E. (R) Chi. Med., 1880; 1373 N. Clark. 
Palmer. A. E. (R) Rush, 1885; 721 Lincoln av., Lake View, till 8:30, 

12 to 2, night; tel. 12064. 
Parsons, H. E. (E) E Ravenswood Park. 
Pingree, M. G. (E) Bennett, 1880; Ravenswood, also 103 State, 

Chicago. 
Porter, F. D. (R) Detroit, 1877; 1594 N. Halsted, till 9, 12 to 1, 5 to 7 ; 

tel. 12118. 
Printy, J. A. (H)Univ. Iowa, 1882; 598 Lincoln av., till 9, 12:30 to 2, 

after 6; tel. 12035. 
Pursell, P. H. (R) Univ., Penn., 1864; Ravenswood, 7 to 10, 1 to 3, 

7 to 9; tel. 12108. 
Reid, T. J., Ravenswood; also Opera House bldg., Chicago. 
Rowe, W. C. (H) Hahnemann, 1883; 1305 Wrightwood ave., till 9:30, 

1 to 2:30; 6 to 7:30; tel. 12035. 
Rutherford, C, 102 Fullerton ave. 

Scholer,E. C. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1888; 886 Lincoln ave., 10 to 12, 

2 to 4, 5 to 7; tel. 12039. 

Scholar, J. H. (R) Berne, 1850; 886 Lincoln ave.; till 11, after 3; tel. 

12039. 
Semple, W. F. (R) Rush, 1881; 1301 Belmont ave., 7 to 9, 1 to 2, 

after 7; tel. 12037. 
Sieber, F. A. P. (R) Rush, 1883; 429 Lincoln ave., till 9, 12 to 2, 

after 7; tel. 12012. City Physician, Lake View. 
Smith, Geo. S. (R) Jefferson, 1856 ; 1202 Diversey ave., 8 to 9, 1 to 3, 

7 to 8; tel. 12045; res. 1722 Diversey ave., till 8, after 9. 
Walker, W. S. (R) Rush, 1886; 722 Lincoln ave., 11 to 3, after 6; tel. 

12030. 
Weil, Carl A., 1107 Lincoln ave. 
Whitnall, W. R. (R) P. & S., 1884; 1066 Lincoln ave., 9 to 11, 2 to 4; 

tel. 12075. 



LEMONT. 

Cook, William B. (E) Bennett, 1882. 
Fitz Patrick, J. A. (R) 
Leahy, John (R) Rush, 1885. 



180 County Physicians. 



Roberts, S. A. (H) Hahnemann, 1877. 
Thorpe, J. C. (R) 
Von Bernauer, J. 

LYONS. 

Atwater, John (H) Hahnemann; Western Springs. 

Carey, Warren (R) Rush, 1883; La Grange. 

Congdon, J. L. (R) Rush, 1865; office, Lyons; res. Riverside. 

Fox, Geo. M. (R) Castleton, 1851; La Grange. 

Higgins, Arthur E. (R) Rush, 1886; La Grange. 

Jerome, Levi R. (R) La Grange. 

MAINE. 

Carrier, Chas. W. (H) Chi. Horn., 1877; Desplaines. 
Fricke, Gustave H. (R) Rush, 1869; Park Ridge. 
Geltch, Ernest A. (R) Rush, 1888; Desplaines. 
Hammond, John H. (H) Hahnemann, 1887; Park Ridge. 
May, Jacob (R) Rush, 78; Desplaines. 
Thielo, Henry C. (R) Rush, 1884; Desplaines. 

NEW TRIER 

Morrison, Geo. H. (H) Hahnemann, 1881; Winnetka. 

Nelson, Jas. W. (R) Chi. Med., 1886; Winnetka, 11 to 12, 5 to 6. 

Stolp, Byron C. (E) Bennett, 1873; Wilmette. 

NILES. 

Hoflman, G. F. T. (R) Rush, 1861. 

NORTHFIELD. 

McCornack, E. A. (E) Bennett, 1881; Oak Glen, 7^to 9, 5 to 6; at 
Shermer, Monday and Thursday, 9:30 to 11. 

NORWOOD PARK. 

Hughes, J. O. (R) Rush, 1867. 

ORLAND. 

Schussler, W. G. (E) Bennett, 1885. 

PALATINE. 

Hulett, S. E. (H) Hahnemann, 1876; Plum Grove ave. and Slade, 

7 to 9 a. m., 1 to 2 p. m. 
Pearman, Jas. O. (R) Rush, 1885. 
Wadhams, (R) Rush, 1878. 



County Physicians. 181 



PEOVISO. 

Clendennen, Irving (E) Bennett, 1872; Maywood. 
Clark, F. D., Maywood. 
Coryell, George (R) Riverside. 

Hotchkiss, Mrs. Isabella S. (H) Chi. Horn. Med., 1880; Maywood. 
Kahle, Franz T. (H) Hahnemann, 1868; Harlem. 
Munger, M. Jerome (R) Georgetown, 1865; Maywood. 
Roberts, Walter C. (R) Rush, 1881; 14 N. 5th ave., Maywood, 8 to 
10, 2 to 3, 7 to 8. 

THORNTON. 

Doepp, Wm. (R) Giessen, 1856; Homewood. 

Oliver, Nelson E. (R) Rush 1880; 7 to 9 a. m., 12 to 2 p. m. 

Weidner, M. Robert (R) P. & S., 1883; Dolton. 

WAYNE. 

Guild, W. L. (E) Bennett, 1884; at office, 8 to 10, 7 to 9; at res. 10 
to 2. 

WHEELING. 

Best, John E. (R) Rush, 1870; Arlington Heights, 8 to 9 a. m., 12 to 

1 p. m. 
Hornbusch, H. W. (R) Rush, 1883; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 

at Arlington Heights; res. Barrington. 
Hawkes, J. B. (R) Berkshire, 1848; Arlington Heights. 

WORTH. 

(For Blue Island physicians see Calumet.) 



Department of Dental and Oral Surgery of Lake forest University. 



Northwestern College of Dental Surgery 

Southeast Cor. Wabash Ave. and Twelfth St., 

(shigago, Illinois. 



Wm. C. ROBERTS, D.D., LL.D., President. 

f. h. b. Mcdowell, actuary. 



FACULTY . 

G. C. PAOLI, A.M., M.D., Emeritus Professor of Materia Medica. 

N. P. PEARSON, A.M., M.D., Emeritus Professor of Pathology. 

ENOS J. PERRY, D.D.S., Professor of Operative Dentistry. 

JOSEPH HAVEN, M.D., Professor of Physiology and Diseases of the Ner- 
vous System. Dean of Faculty. 

BYRON D. PALMER, D D.S., Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry. 

J. H. LYON, A.M., M.D., Professor of General and Dental Pathology. 

J. H. SALISBURY, A.M., M D., Professor of Chemistry. 

J. E. HEQUEMBOURG, M.D., Professor of Anatomy and Principles and 
Practice of Surgery. 

F. C. CALDWELL, M.D., Professorof Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 

NORMAN J. ROBERTS, D.D.S.. Professor of Oral Surgery. 



This College offers to students of dentistry a course of instruction ranking 
with the best dental schools in the country, with the addition of one of the 
largest clinical practices in the United States. Over eleven thousand different 
operations were performed in its operating rooms'during the past year, giving 
its students unusual facilities for the practice necessary to a complete educa- 
tion in this specialty of medicine. 

The fourth annual winter session opens on the first Wednesday in October 
and continues six months. Graduates in medicine may have its degree conferred 
after one year's practical experience in dentistry aad attendance upon one 
winter's course of lectures. 



ANNUAL FEES, $100. 



For other information and Catalogue, address 

F. H. B. McDOMELL, Kctuhry, 

1201 U/abasl? f\\jer)ue, ^r?i<;a^o, Illinois. 

182 



OAKWOOD SPRINGS SANITARIUM, 

LAKE GENEVA, WIS. 







A FOREST DRIVE 
Within the grounds of Oakwood Strings Sanitabum. 



XJLJhILE this park lies wholly within the city limits, it is by nature so bounded 

as to render the entire park absolutely private, affording patients the most 

perfect seclusion and at the same time the utmost freedom of action and enjoyment. 

It has a third of a mile frontage on Main street, and extends northward more 

than a quarter of a mile. It lies also within five minutes' walk of the post-office, 

railway station and hotels. Across one corner of the park flows the swift and 

sparkling creek, or White Rirer, the outlet of Lake Geneva, which, in its course, 

forms Lake "Elba"' within the park (see page 170), twenty feet in its deepest 

soundings, and covering an area of twenty acres. It is confidently believed that 

there is not another site, in the whole country, equaling in beauty and so perfectly 

adapted to the requirements and convenience of such an institution. 

Please see pages 16, 121, 137, 170 and 190. 

183 



CHICAGO DENTISTS. 



Abbott, Lawrence F., Ivar Flats, 

suite B. 
Abbott, Mrs. M. E., Ivar Flats, 

suite B. 
All port, Walter W., (M. D. Rush) 

7 Jackson, room 23. 10 to 4; 

tel. 2570; res. 69 Maple. Den 

tal Surgeon, St. Luke's Hosp. 
Ames, Wm. B., Ohio Col. Dent., 

Surg., 1880; 70 State, 9 to 5; 

res. 917 Pullman bdg. 
Aspinwall, M. H., 10 Central 

Music Hall. 



B 



Bacon, Dewitt C, 281 Lincoln 

ave. 
Baker, BeDJ. M., 103 State, 

room 28. 
Baker, Chas. R, 8 Belvedere 

building. 
Baldwin, A. E., Chi. Den. Col. '84 
(M. D. Rush) 828 W. Adams. 
Ballard, Chas. W., 800 S. Hal- 

sted. 
Barclay, J. C, 355 Dearborn ave. 
Barnes, Charles T., 13 Central 

Music Hall. 
Barnum, Henry Leon, (H) Chi. 

Homeo. Med. Col., 1883; Chi. 

Col. Dent. Surg., 1885; 628 W. 

Lake, 8 to 3; tel. 7016. 
Becker, George H., Chi. Dent. 

Col. 1888; S. E. cor. Fuller- 
ton and Lincoln aves., 9 to 5. 
Benham, Emma L., 1 Park row. 
Bentley, Geo. H., 70 Dearborn, 

room 7. 
Bently, Chas. E., 279 State. 
Bentzen, Michael H. 1002 W. 

Madison. 
Bergman, Gustaf, 93 Sedgwick. 



Bills, Geo. H., 70 Madison, 

room 5. 
Bischoff, Christian, 174 North 

ave. 
Blackburn, Robert, 4251 S. Hal- 

sted. 
Bohan, John C, Blue Island 

ave. and 12th. 
Boulter, H. H. 70 State. 
Bowman, Frederick H., 1412 N 

Clark. 
Brass, O. H., 236 State. 
Broadbent, Thos. A., 858 Cly- 

bourn ave. • 

Brophy, Truman W., (M. D. 

Rush) 96 State, room 501. 

Professor Dental Pathology, 

Rush; Oral Surgery, Chi. Col. 

D. S. 
Brown, A. E., 1536 Wabash ave. 
Brown, Gilbert T., 73 Clark. 
Buell, Harry C, 3900 Cottage 

Grove ave. 
Burlingham, James S. 238 N. 

Clark. 
Bush, Lorenzo, 125 State, room 

13. 



Cady, Edward E., Chi. Col. 
Dent. Surg., 1885; 240 Wab- 
ash ave., 9 to 5; tel. 2457; res. 
Leland Hotel. 

Cady, G. B. 163 State, room 
40-41. 

Cain, W. H. H. 112 Dearborn. 

Calkins, Chas. D., 225 Dearborn, 
room 706. 

Carson, Clayton W., cor. Cottage 
Grove and 39th. 

Cattell, David M., 271 Wabash 
ave. 



184 



Chicago Dentists. 



185 



Celley, F. M., 291 31st. 
ChristmanD, Geo. A., 95 5th ave. 
Cigrand, B. J., 1056 Milwaukee 

ave. 
Cigrand, Peter J., 290 W. 12th. 
Clapp, James L., 183 Clark, 

room 4. 
Clark, Albert B., 89 Madison, 

room 10. 
Cleveland, Chas. E., 241 Wab- 
ash ave. 
Cleveland, M. B., 126 State, 

room 25. 
Clifford, E. L., Penn. Col. Dent. 

Surg., 1879; 454 W. Madison, 

9 to 5; tel. 4090. 
Clusmann, L., 360 Blue Island 

ave. 
Costner, Henry A., 171 22ud, 

rooms 3, 4 and 5. 
Craig, Joseph, 374^ N. Market. 
Crissman, Ira B., 271 N. Clark. 
Crouse, J. N., 2231 Prairie ave. 
Cummins, Wm. G., 70 State, 

room 300. 
Curtis, Wm. W., 235 State. 
Gushing, Geo. H., 96 State, 

room 514. 

D 

David, V. R., 240 Wabash ave. 

Davis, E. E., 524 W. Van Buren. 

Davis, Frank H., 52 31st. 

Davis, Lyndall L., 524 W. Van 
Buren. 

Day, Wm. E., 137-143 State, 8 to 
6; tel. 5604. 

DeCamp, A. L., S. W. cor. State 
and Randolph, room 201. 

Deschaner, Frederick, 95 5th ave. 

Deschaner, Joseph, 95 5th ave. 

Devlin, J . B„ 127 22nd. 

Dillon, R. A. C, 659 Sedgwick. 

Dittman, Julius W., 113 Mad- 
ison. 

Dryer, C. W., 471 Milwaukee ave 

Dunn, J. Austin, Chi. Col. Dent. 

Surg., 1885; 70 Dearborn, 9 

to 5; res. 329 37th. Prof. 

Anatomy Chi. Col. Dent. Surg. 



Dyer, Arthur E., 2512 Wabash. 
Dyer, Walter C, 2512 Wabash. 



Eaton, Lewis, 235 State. 

Ellis, J. Ward, 225 Dearborn, 

room 16. 
Emmart, Chas. M., 3858 State. 
Etzler, B. M., 68 35th. 



Fahnestock, Albert, 1802 State. 
Fernandez, E. M. S., 103 State, 

room 33. 
Fowler, W. F., 812 Opera House 

bldg. 
Freeman, Andrew W., 920 Opera 

House bldg. 
Freeman, Arthur B., 325 W. 

Madison. 
Freeman, I. A., 126 State, room 

36. 
Freund, Fred G., 150 North ave. 

G 

Gale, Willis H., 129 22d. 

Gardiner, Frank H., 126 State, 
room 50. 

Gardiner, Thos. D., 65 Randolph. 

Goetz, Albert, 952 Milwaukee 
ave. 

Goodman, A. G., 202 State. 

Graves, Erastus L.,496 W. Madi- 
son. 

Greenwood, E. K, 247 W. Madi- 
son. 

Guffin, Edwin L., 125 State, 
room 28. 

H 

Hagist, Geo. M., 27 N. Clark, 

room 12. 
Hale, Leon T., 1014 W. Lake. 
Harlan, A. W., 70 Dearborn, 

room 9. 
Harris, Andrew J., 279 Warren 

ave. 
Hartt, C. F., 490 W. Madison; 

tel. 7022. 



186 



Chicago Dentists. 



Haskell, L. P., 34 Monroe, room 
32. 

Haskins, Geo.W., Chi. Col. Dent., 

1887; 70 Dearborn, room 

10, 9 to 5; res. 524 W. Congress. 

Hasselrus, Rudolph, Chi. Col. 
Dent. Surg., 1885; 409-411 
Milwaukee ave. 

Hebert, Alfred W., 96 State. 

Hemmingway, Hannaniah W., 
69 Dearborn. 

Henkel, Albert F., 657 W. 12th. 

Herrmann, Richard, Chi. Dent. 
Col., 1888; N. E. cor. Fuller- 
ton and LincolQ aves., 9 to 5. 

Hewett, Austin, C, 491 W. 
Adams. 

Hewitt, N. T., 999 W. Madison. 

Higgins, I. E., Chi. Dent. Col. 

Hindberg, Charles 6., 166 Sedg- 
wick. 

Honsinger, Emanuel, 318 Park 
ave. 

Hoyt, Alfred W., 243 State, room 
73. 

Hunt, Edward W., 207 Clark. 

Huxman, Ernest A., 105 N. Clark 

Huxman, F. W., 167 N. Clark. 

I 

Ireland Lewis E., 202 State. 
Irey, James C, 204 W. Madison. 



Johnson, C. N., Royal Col. Dent. 
Surg., Ontario, 1881; Chi. Col. 
Dent. Surg., 1885; 612 Chicago 
Opera House, 9 to 5; tel. 1294; 
res. 841 N. Clark. Lecturer 
on Operative Dent, and Pa- 
thology, Chi. Col. Dent. Surg. 

Johnson, M. B., 89 Madison. 

Johnson, Wm. J , 300 31st. 

K 

Keefe, James E., 912 Opera 

House bldg. 
Kennicott, Jonathan A., 803 

Opera House bldg. 



Kester, P. J., 567 W. Madison. 
Klein, Carl, 395 N. Wells. 
Knapp, A. S., 164 Dearborn. 
Koch, Chas. R. E. 3011 Indiana 

ave. 
Krueger, J. F., 203 Blue Island 

ave. 
Kuester, Wm., 11 Mohawk. 



Lane, Asa H., 305 Division. 
Lattan, Louis F., 973 Van Buren, 

9 to 5. 
Lauer, L. A 70 State, room 203. 
Lawrence, E. E., 785 W. Madi- 
son. 
Lawrence, Geo. W., 125 State, 

room 15. 
Lawrence, Mrs. H. E., 96 State. 
Lawrence, Pliny I., 78 Monroe, 

room 31. 
Lazear, W. W., 2203 Wabash 

ave. 
Lechner, Lester F., 329 Aber- 
deen. 
Leggett, John, 207 Clark, room 6. 
Leggo, Basil A., 188 W. Van 

Buren. 
Lewis, Chas. W., Chi, Col. D.S., 

1885; 445 N". Clark; tel. 3148. 
Lewis, Geo. G., 294 Hermitage 

ave. 
Lewis, W. F., 273 W. Madison. 
Lichtenburgh, C. W., 290 W. 

12th. 
Lindos, .1 ., 247 W. Indiana. 
Long, Geo. E , 610 W. Adams. 
Low, James E., 164 Dearborn. 
Ludwig, R. F. 34 Monroe, room 

32. 
Lund, Chas. D., 206 Milwaukee 

ave. 
Lutwyche, F. H., 277 S. Halsted, 

8 to 8; res. 22 Blue Island 

ave. 

M 

Magnusson, Howard C, 210 

Opera House bldg. 
Mann, Anthony, 169 S. Clark. 



Chicago Dentists 



187 



Mann, Julia C, 70 Dearborn, 
room 8. 

Marcoux, H. F., Standard Thea- 
ter Bldg. 

Marsh, John S., 241 Wabash ave. 

Marshall, Fred C, 70 Dearborn, 
room 12. 

Marshall, John S., M. D., Syra- 
cuse; 7 Jackson, room 23, 9 
to 4; tel. 2570; res. 3343 
Prairie ave. Lecturer Oral 
Surgery, Chi. Med. Col.; 
Dean and Prof. Oral Surgery, 
University Dental Col.; Dent. 
Surg., Mercy and St. Luke's 
Hosps. 

Martin, Joseph H., 169 Clark, 
room 10. 

Martin, Wm. J., 181 W. Madison. 

Matteson, Arthur E , 3700 Cot- 
tage Grove, 9 to 12. 1:30 to 
5:40; tel. 9874; res. 3822 
Langley ave. Prof. Dental 
Irregularities and Prosthetic 
Dentistry, Dent. Dept. N.W. 
Univ. 

Matteson, Chas. F., 3501 Cottage 
Grove. 

Matthews, J. H., 245 W. Madison 

McChesney, A. C. M., 73 Clark. 

McChesney, James B., 73 Clark. 

McChesney, Wm. B., 73 Clark. 

McConnell, Whiteford, 136 
Clark. 

Merkley, Whitney C, 1115 W. 
Van Buren. 

Merriman, Chas. J., 820 W. 
Monroe. 

Moelmann, Ernst ()., 858 Mil- 
waukee. 

Muser, L. J., 213 W. 12th. 

N 

Nelson, Arthur, Chi. Col. Dent. 

Surg., 1887 ; 70 State, 9 to 4:30; 

res. Desplaines. 
Nelson, Geo. A., 480 Milwaukee 

ave. 
Nelson, N., 230 Milwaukee ave. 
Newkirk, Garrett, 1558 Wabash. 



Newman, James L., 163 State, 

room 43. 
Nichols, Amos J., Chi. Dent. 

Col., 1885; 565 W. Madison. 
Nichols, Gorton W., 308 W. 

Adams. 
Norris, Robert A., 126 Dearborn, 

room 2. 
Norton, J. W., 96 State, room 

512. 
Norton, M. Eugene, 126 State. 
Noyes, Edmund, Chi. Col. Dent. 

Surg., 1884; 65 E. Randolph; 

res. 24 Lincoln ave. Prof. 

Operative Dentistry, Chi. Col. 

Dent. Surg. 

O 

Ottofy, Louis, Western Col. 

Dent. Surg., St. Louis, 1879; 

1228 Milwaukee ave., 8 to 

12:30, 1 to 4:30; tel. 4203. 

Lecturer on Anatomy and 

Physiology, Chi. Col. Dent. 

Surg.; Clinic Operator, Chi. 

Col. Dent. Surg. 
Oviatt, Albert E., 198 Honore. 



Page, J. C, 473 Ogden ave. 
Paine, R. M., 739 Larrabee. 
Palmer, Byron D., 103 State, 

room 27. 
Palmer, Byron, S., 224 Warren 

ave. 
Palmer, David G., 372 W. Tavlor 
Palmer, Philip A., 125 State 

room 18. 
Parkinson, Edwin J., Baltimore 

Col. Dent. Surg., 1879; 2842 

State, 8:30 to 5; tel. 8185. 
Peck, A. H., 122 Wabash ave. 
Perry, E. J., 82 W. Madison. 
Pfennig, Ernst, 18 Clybourn 

ave. 
Pitt, H. N., 491 W. Adams. 
Plattenburg, Cyrus B., 737 W. 

Madison. 



188 



Chicago Dentists. 



Poessel, E., 76 McVicker Theatre 
bldg.; 416 W. Chicago ave. 

Pruyn, Chas. P. (R) Chi. Dent. 
Col., 1885; Rush, 1886; 70 
Dearborn, 9 to 5; res. 219 
Wisconsin, Oak Park. Prof, 
of Principles and Practice of 
Operative Dentistry, Den. 
Col. N. W. Univ. 



R 



Reid, James G., 69 Dearborn, 

room 30. 
Rhein, Benj. L., 3012 Cottage 

Grove. 
Rice, L. C, 35 Central Music 

Hall. 
Rice, Ogilvie A.,306 W. Indiana. 
Rimmer, Rueben L., 229 W. 

Madison. 
Robertson, John D., 718 W. Van 

Buren. 
Rogers, James W., 818 Opera 

House bldg. 
Rogers, J., 459 W. Randolph. 
Rosenthal, William. ML, 2873 

Archer ave. 
Rowley, Clarke R., Am. Col. 

Dent. Surg., 1888; 163 State, 

9 to 5; res. 4225 Michigan 

ave. Clinical Instructor, Am. 

Col. Dent. Surg. 
Royce, Edward A., 643 W. Mon- 
roe. 
Ryan Edward P., N. W. Dent. 

Col., 1886; 226 Wells, 9 to 12, 

1 to 5; tel. 3274. 



Salomon, Godfrey S., 15 Central 

Music Hall. 
Satterlee, Frank W., 199 Clark. 
Schmalstig, Geo. F., 76 Cly- 

bourn ave. 
Schnell, Wm., 189 Chicago ave.; 

413 N. Wells. 
Schoen, John, 69 Dearborn, 

room 5. 
Schycker, M., 188 Clark. 



Seeglitz, Otto E., Chi. Col. Dent. 
Sura:., 1887; 445 North ave., 
cor "Wells; tel. 3206. 

Sherwood, Geo. A., 3017 Wabash 
ave. 

Smith, C. Stoddard, Philadel- 
phia Dent. Col., 1865, 103 
State, 10 to 4. 

Smith, David J., 1802 State. 

Smith, Geo. F., 240 Wabash, 
room 25. 

Smith, John K., 125 22nd. 

Smith, Joshua, 165 22nd. and 
2459 Prairie ave. 

Smith, Louis B., 268 31st. 

Smith, Marvin E., 163 State, 
room 67. 

Smith, Willoughby B., 126 State, 
room 48. 

Sovereign, Chas. W., 108 Wash- 
ington. 

Sperling, Isaac D., 170 State, 
room 14. 

Spirkel, John, 287 W. 12th. 

Stansbury, Joseph A., 1860; 343 
W. Monroe, 9 to 12, 1 to 4; 
tel. 4062. 

Starr, Robert W., 64 E. Chicago 
ave.; 3661 Indiana ave. 

Steele, Robert, 514 Opera House 
bdg. 

Stevens,Walter A., 2631 Wabash. 

Stewart, Chas. F., 219 31st. 

Stewart, Henry, 9 31st. 

Stewart, James, 3035 S. Park ave. 

Stout, Melancthon, 240 Wabash 
ave. 

Stover, Frank G., 95 Dearborn 
ave. 

Stowell, W. G., 880 W. Madison. 

Swain, Edgar D., 65 Randolph. 

Swain, Oliver D., 869 N. Clark. 

Swasey, James A., 3017 Michi- 
gan ave. 



Talbot, Eugene S., (M. D., Rush) 
Penn. Col. D. S., 1873; 125 
State, room 23; 9 to 5. Prof. 
Dental Surgery, Worn. Med. 
Col. 



Chicago Dentists. 



189 



Thompson, Jas. F., 69 State, 
room 16. 

Towner, David M., 184 W. Mon- 
roe. 

U 

Upp, Chas. W., 279 State. 

V 

Vigneron, Eugene, 14 Central 
Music Hall. 

W 

Wachter, C. H., 262 S. Halsted. 
Wachter, John C, 279 Clark. 
Wallace, Arthur C, 359 State, 

room 4. 
Wassail, J. W., 208 Dearborn 

ave. 
Way, James P., 336 W. 12th. 
Webb, Morrell A., 858 W. Van 

Buren, 8 to 12, 1 to 5. 
Wells, R. S., 713 Warren ave. 
West, Geo. N., 70 Dearborn, 

room 7. 
West, Wm. H., 243 State, room 

32. 
Wetterer, Albert, 40 Clark. 



Wetterer, Herman, 40 Clark. 
Whaley, John J., 216 N. Clark. 
Wheeler, Thomas B., 257 31st. 
Wikoff, B D., 70 Dearborn, 

room 9. 
Wilkie, Sylvester, M., 544 Blue 

Island ave., 8 to 5; tel. 9085. 
Wilson, Harry H., Chi. Col. 

Dent. Surg., 1887; 692 W. 

Lake. Clinical Instructor, 

Central Free Disp. 
Wilson, John J., 692 W. Lake. 
Woolley, J. H., 69 Dearborn, 

room 16. 



Yates, F. G., 130 Dearborn, 

room 83. 
Young, John H., 164 Dearborn, 

room 615. 



Zeno, Wm., cor. Lincoln and 
Cleveland, 8 to 12, 2 to 4; res. 
1229 N. Halsted. Superin- 
tendent N. Chicago Dental 
Infirmary. 

Zinn, Frank H., 196 W. Madi- 
son; tel. 7022. 



Oal^vvood Sprirlgss^- 
I Sanitarium. 




OAKWOOD SPRINGS PARK FROM THE NORTH. 

M^HE grounds consist of a beautifully wooded park of sixty-three acres overlook" 
1 ing Lake Geneva and the city, and commanding the most delightful and exten- 
sive views. It is, in its highest point, more than fifty feet above the lake, and pre- 
sents a charmingly undulating surface, covered, in its entire area, by great oaks 
and magnificent forest trees. Its slopes, while nowhere abrupt and everywhere 
sufficiently gentle to permit of easy ascent, yet lead to valleys of sufficient depth 
to give the most delightful variety and pleasing effect to the landscape. The 
buildings consist of two principal hotels (the plans of a third have just been 
completed by the architect). The hotels are widely separated from each other, 
each having independent and extensive grounds. These buildings are not " hotels " 
in the common acceptation of the word, as they are not open to the traveling 
public, nor to the summer resorters. Apartments can be taken only by patients 
actually under treatment. Neither are they like hotels in construction, but out- 
wardly have the character of grand private mansions, while in internal con- 
struction they are arranged so as to give to guests all the quiet and privacy of 
their own homes. This Sanitarium is exclusively for treatment of diseases of 
the Brain and Nervous System. 

Please see pages 16, 121, 137, 170 and 183, for further information address 

Osear f\. \{ir)Q, /T\.D., Supt., 70 /I\or?roe 5t., <?r?i(;a<$o. 



COOK COUNTY DENTISTS OUTSIDE CHICAGO. 



BARRINGTON. 

Otis, Chas. B. 

CICERO. 

Pruyn, Chas. P., Oak Park; also Chicago. 
Ritter, John M., Oak Park. 

EVANSTON. 

Bacon, D. O, S. Evanston 
Bacon, M. T., S. Evanston. 
Freeman, Clarence B. 
Freeman, Henry A. 
Garnsey, Chas. A. P. 
Henderson, Luther D. 
Timerman, Edwin C. 
Whiteheld, Geo. E. 

HYDE PARK. 

Barr, J. A., Grand Crossing. 

Buell, Harry G, 39C6 Cottage Grove ave. 

Brown, James A., Pullman. 

Cooper, John M., 408 Bowen ave. 

De Pew, H. H., South Chicago. 

Dayan, L. F., 118 53d. 

Dryer, Levi T., Pullman. 

Eshbaugh, Frank, 1370 Oakwood boul. 

Eastman, G. E., South Chicago. 

Freeman, Daniel B., 4000 Drexel boul. 

Huskins, Jno. E., 126 53d. 

Kester, Edmund W., 5101 State. 

Lambert, Edmund, 3904 Indiana ave. 

Lewis, Chas. W. 

Marshall, Clara W., 4258 Cottage Grove ave. 

Reedy, Geo., 5101 State. 

Ullery, Frank B., 3949 Cottage Grove ave.; 3946 Drexel boul. 

Withrow, H., 3904 Indiana ave. 

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192 County Dentists. 



LAKE. 

Blackburn, Robert, 4251 S. Halsted. 

Carson, Henry F., 503 63d. 

De la Matter, Walter. 

Fowler, J. W., 6204 Wentworth ave. 

Kollock, Jennie C. 

O'Brien, Henry, cor. Halsted and 42d. 

Richards, W. P., 6218 Wentworth ave. 

Witt, Wm, 4134 S. Halsted. 

LAKE VIEW. 

Becker, Geo. H., 1102 N. Halsted. 
Bowman, Fred H., 1412 N. Clark. 
Custer, Wm., 1202 Diversey ave. 
Hermann, Richard, 1102 N. Halsted. 
Mcintosh, Edward M., Ravenswood. 
Magnusson, Howard C, 41 Baxter, also Chicago. 
Roberts, B. J., cor. Wrightwood and Lincoln aves. 
Zeno, Wm., 1229 N. Halsted. 

LYONS. 

Carey, Warren, La Grange. 

PALATINE. 

Coltrin, Chas. W. 
Olcott, Edwin W. 
Persons, E. W. 
Putnam, Rush M. 



PROVISO. 



Varney, Luther H., Maywood. 
Wilson, Thomas L , Riverside. 



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Entrance 13 4- Madison Street. 
194 



CHICAGO DRUGGISTS. 

(Retail). 



Ackerman, George H., 851 W. 

Harrison. 
Ackerman, Geo. H. & Co., 409 

S. Western ave. 
Adams, L. L., 225 31st. 
Ade, Samuel G., 528 W. Indiana, 
Ahlborn, Frank H., 395 Wells. 
Allen, Charles B., 61 N. State. 
Amundson, O. E. & Co., 804 W. 

North av. 
Angear, W. J. S., 182 N. Hal- 

sted and 482 W. Lake. 
Arend, A., 189 Madison. 
Armbrecht, L.,. Jr., 724 W. Lake. 
Armbrecht, Wm. H., 338 W. 

Madison. 
Artz, O. W., 163 Webster. 
Ashbury John, 962 W. 12th. 



Bach, August, 251 Clybourn pi. 

Baker, William, 2888 Archer ave. 

Barber, Geo. L., 524 W. Madi- 
son. 

Bardonski, Victor, 615 Noble. 

Bartlett, N. Gray, 22d cor. In- 
diana ave. 

Baseler, C. F., 445 North ave. 

Basse, William H. T., 660 S. Hal- 
sted. 

Bassett, Geo. R,, 1324 Ogden 
ave. 

Bate, Henry J., 44 Wells. 

Baur, H. F., 180 W. Madison. 

Beall, Geo. H., 750 W. Harrison 
and 310 Hermitage ave. 

Becker, H. V., 292 N. State. 

Beckwith, Henry J., 29 31st. 

Behrens, Paul J., 727 W. Indi- 
ana. 

Behrens, Theo. R., 505 S. Canal. 



Berger, Frank J. 1486 Milwau- 
kee ave. 

Betting & Ross, 249 S. Western 
ave. 

Bishop, Arthur S., 639 W. Madi- 
son. 

Blahnik, Lorenz, 88 W. 18th. 

Blood, I. W., 3100 Archer ave. 

Bodemann & Conrad, 239 State. 

Boeckler, C, 158 Willow. 

Borcherdt, J. C, 735 W. Madi- 
son. 

Borges, Leo, 189 Maxwell. 

Borland, M. W., 378 W. Van 
Buren. 

Boyd, S. J., 675 W. Lake. 

Boysen, L. C, 210 Clark. 

Brabrook,J. F., 160 W. Harrison 
and 666 W. Van Buren. 

Brabrook, Walter A., 296 Ogden 
ave. 

Braun, John A., 3100 Wentworth 
ave. 

Brendecke, A. C, 56 W. Ran- 
dolph. 

Brendecke, J., 468 W. Chicago 
ave. 

Breves, Charles, 275 W. Van 
Buren. 

Brorson, N. C, 285 Noble. 

Brunner, W. H., 1128 N. Har- 
rison. 

Bruuns, N., 286 W. Indiana. 

Buchman, H. W., 2401 Indiana 
ave. 

Buchman & Hirsch, 251 35th. 

Buck & Rayner, State cor. Mad- 
ison and 117 Clark. 

Burlinsrham, L., 351 N. Clark. 

Bush, F. C, 3659 S. Halsted. 

Butler, F. A., 39th and Vincennes 
ave. 



195 



196 



Chicago Druggists. 



Button, Chas. E., 
Buren. 

C 



744 W. Van 



Camp, A. R., 167 4th ave. 
Campbell, L. J. M., 2763 Archer 

ave. 
Caron, E. L., 109 Blue Island 

ave. 
Casey, James, 130 31st. 
Charbonnel, A. B., 3037 Cottage 

Grove ave. 
Cheney, Lucian P., 237 N. Clark. 
Christian, J. T., 1454 W. Lake. 
Clancy, C. L.. 525 W. Van 

Buren. 
Clark Bros., 511 State. 
Class, C. F., 887 N. Halsted. 
Clinch, J. H. M., 325 Washington 

boul. 
Coleman, John F. & Co., 208 N. 

Clark. 
Colman, Martin. A., 329 W. Van 

Buren. 
Coltzau, O., 2169 Archer ave. 
Conradi, Herman, 441 State. 
Cowan, A. S., 100 N. State. 
Cozine Bros., 3645 Cottage Grove 

ave. 
Grain, J. W., 785 W. Madison. 
Cunradi, Charles, Archer and 

Hart aves. 
Cunradi, Julius, 2904 Archer 

ave. 

D 

Dahlberg, Alfred, 2459 Went- 
worth ave. 

Dale & Sempill, Clark and Madi- 
son. 

Davis, A. J., 169 W. Madison. 

Dell & Co., 276 W. Madison. 

Dessau, W. F.,430 W. Randolph. 

Devendorf, C. A., Ogden ave. and 
Jackson. 

Dietz, John, 2842 Butterfield. 

Dietz, John, 3905 Wentworth 
ave. 

Dinet & Delfosse, 286 Armitage. 

Dodge, Fred W., 182 W. 12th 
and 482 S. Western ave. 



Doherty & Marshall, 3458 Cot- 
tage Grove ave. 

Doolittle Bros., 165 18th. 

Doolittle & Co., 329 W. Van 
Buren. 

Dougherty & Winter, 280 Clark. 

Dow, G. Q. & Co.. 118 53d. 

Dreier, Emil, 259 Milwaukee 
ave. 

Druehl, F. A., 422 W. 12th. 

Druehl & Franken, 802 S. Hal- 
sted. 

Duerselpn, H. H., 635 N. Clark. 

Dunham, W. F., 67 W. Van 
Buren. 

Dunkel, Gustav, 363 W. Chicago 
ave. 

Dyche, D. R., N. W. cor. State 
and Randolph. 



Eakins, D. D., 362 Wabash ave. 

Eberlein, Fred, 50 W. Madison. 

Ebert, Albert E., 426 State. 

Eldred, W. H. & Co., 47 Kinzie. 

Ellefsen, B. J. H., 128 Oak. 

Ellsworth, L., 351 Lincoln ave. 

Eisner, Charles F., 1061 Milwau- 
kee ave. 

Emrick, G. M. & Co., 145 S. 
Canal and 467 W. Chicago 
ave. 

Erich, Victor, 2500 Cottage 
Grove ave. 



Falkenberg, F. E., 688 W. Chi- 
cago ave. 

Fechter, A. E., 62 Canalport ave. 

Feldkamp & Hallberg, 445 N. 
Clark. 

Finckh, Wm., 212 Clybourn ave. 

Fischer, E. J., 557 Sedgwick. 

Fitch, Henry A., 884 W. Madi- 
son. 

Fleischer, A. T., 296 N. Market. 

Forsyth & Schmid, 3100 State, 
31st arid Wallace, and 162 
22d. 



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197 



Fox, Francis M., 3169 Archer 

ave. 
Franck, August, 361 Blue Island 

ave. 
Fredigke, C. C, 3500 State. 
Freund & Williams, 258 31st. 
Fry, I. H., 1800 Wabash ave. 

G 

Gale & Blocki, 44 Monroe, 111 
Randolph and 126 N. Clark. 

Garrison, A. L., 485 Clark. 

Gazzolo, Frank, 490 W. Madison. 

Goetz, Albert, 952 Milwaukee 
ave. 

Goetz. Henry, 114 Clark. 

Goll & Henkel, 661 W. 12th. 

Goodman, F. M., 654 W. Van 
Buren. 

Grassly, C. M., 287 W. 12th. 

Grenamier, J. T., 439 W. Madi- 
son. 

Guertler, Joseph, 439 W.Taylor. 

Guy, G. O., 428 W. Van Buren. 

H 

Haanshuus, S. K., 241 Milwau- 
kee ave. 

Haeger, Fredk.,1595 Milwaukee 
ave. 

Haller, Otto G. & Co., 1235 Mil- 
waukee ave. 

Halsey, Bros., 27 Washington. 

Handsmann, F. P., 564 S. Hal- 
sted. 

Hanke, Rudolph, 80 Chicago 
ave. 

Harrison, H. B., 262 W. Ran- 
dolph. 

Harrington, J. J., 37 Rush. 

Hartman, F., 350 Dearborn. 

Hartwig, Chas. F., 476 Milwau- 
kee ave. 

Hasse, F., 570 Milwaukee ave. 

Hattermann, C. F. 994 Milwau- 
kee ave. 

Hautau, Henry, 156 W. Ran- 
dolph. 

Heland, John, 113 W. Madison. 

Heine, Geo. B. 3101 S. Halsted. 



Heinemann, M., 211 Webster 
ave. 

Heinemann, Paul L. I., 339 S. 
Jefferson. 

Heller, E. H., 3022 Archer ave. 

Helmich, A., 134 S. Halsted. 

Hermann, E. Von, 420 26th. 

Herron, S. P., 452 Wells. 

Hess, John C, 247 Division. 

Hesselroth, Lawrence, 107 Chi- 
cago ave. 

Hewitt, T. A., 277 W. Monroe. 

Heydenreich, Max, 231 W. Ran- 
dolph. 

Heylmann, C. J. 296 W. Lake. 

Hibben, H. K., Michael Reese 
Hospital. 

Higgins, J. D., 342 W. Lake. 

Himming, Wm. A., 681 Larra- 
bee. 

Hinckley, H. A. 3209 Cottage 
Grove ave. 

Hogey, J. H., 3038 Cottage 
Grove ave. 

Holbrook & Warhanik, 726 W, 
Division. 

Holroyd, E. A., 1014 and 1082 
W. Lake. 

Hooper, J. H., 171 N. Clark. 

Holthoefer, H. J., 3160 State. 

Hottinger, Otto, 869 N. Clark. 

Hubbard & Gore, 3901 Cottage 
Grove ave. 

Hurst, N. ST., 3906 State. 

Hutter, Robt., 620 Larrabee. 



Jackson, S. H , 858 W. Van 
Buren. 

Jacobi, A. M. & Co., 441 State. 

Jacobson, Aug., 477 Ogden ave. 

Jacobus, Judson, Indiana ave., 
cor. 31st. 

Jamieson, T. N-, 3900 Cottage 
Grove ave. 

Janson, William, 426 N. Ashland 
ave, 

Jarmuth, Henry, 87 29th. 

Jauncy, William, 312 W. Indi- 
ana. 



198 



Chicago Druggists. 



Jentzsch, R,, 1086 W. 12th. 
Josenhaus, R., 242 W. North 

ave. 
Justi, W. F., Cal. and North 

ave. 

K 

Kadlec, L. W., 136 W. 12th. 

Kadlec, L. W. & Co., 585 Center 
ave. 

Kellner, M. G., 358 Larrabee. 

Kennedy, C. C, 339 W. Harri- 
son. 

Kenning, R. H., 1333 W. Lake. 

Kerr, J. B., 182 S. Desplaines 
and 537 W. Lake. 

Kettering, Albert, 2603 S. Hal- 
sted. 

Kiessling, J. C, 709 W. 21st. 

King, E. H., cor. 22d and Wabash 
ave. 

Kleene, F., 318 Milwaukee ave. 

Klein & Sawyer, 322 W. Madi- 
son. 

Klinkowstroem, E. V., Division 
and Hoyne ave. 

Klotz, Aug., 426 N. Ashland 
ave. 

Knight, A. P., 3300 State. 

Knowles, Frank J., 475 Ogden 
ave. 

Kraft, H. F. Co., 641 W. Madi- 
son. 

Krembs & Co., 183 W. Ran- 
dolph. 

Kreyssler, C. E., 2614 Cottage 
Grove ave. 

Krouskup,Walter H., 3659 Went- 
worth ave. and 3658 State. 

Krzeminski, C. E. 150 North 
ave. 



Lange, Ignatz, 849 W. Indiana. 

Langenhan, Hy., 324 Blue Is- 
land ave. 

Latto, Wm. W., 987 Ogden ave. 

Lee, J. P., 260 S. Halsted and 
527 W. Van Buren. 

Leenheer, B., 871 W. 22nd. 

Lehman, L., 2401 State. 



Leusman, F. A., 2290 Archer 
ave. 

Leyser, J. B., 381 Division. 

Liese, F., 451 Larrabee. 

Lion, John H., 176 and 178 W. 
Division. 

List, F., 2724 State. 

Litourneau, R. G. & A. E. 626 
W. Harrison. 

Livesy, R., 849 W. Indiana. 

Long, Edward, 303 Blue Island 
ave. 

Lundvall, August. 229 Division. 

Lynch, John, 358 37th. 

Lyneman, F. E., 660 W. Jack- 
son. 

Lyon, E. A., State, cor. 22nd. 

M 

McChesney, A. C, 660 W. Jack- 
son. 

McCormick, E., 771 Clybourn 
ave. 

McDowell, V. P., 188 35th. 

McPherson, E. K., 479 W. Van 
Buren. 

McPherson, H. H., 530 W. In- 
diana. 

MacDonald, B., 1049 W. Madi- 
son. 

Macgee, Walter J. & Bro., 1035 
and 1331 W. Van Buren. 

Marbourg, J. G., 360 Ogden ave. 

Mares, Frank M. & Bro, 2876 
Archer ave. 

Marr, W. L., 59 N. State. 

Marshall & Dougherty, 3500 
Cottage Grove. 

Martin, G. P., 85 Lake. 

Martin, Hugo W. C, 358 State. 

Masquelet, John, 422 Clark. - 

Masquelet, S. F.. 3454 S. Hal- 
sted. 

Mathison, Soren & Co., 22nd, 
cor. Michigan ave. 

Matthaei. Ernst, 13 Blue Island 
ave. 

Matthei, Louis, 134 Canalport 
ave, 



Chicago Druggists. 



199 



Matthews, Charles E. & Bro., 
175 S. Western ave. and 247 
Madison. 
Maye, Julius, 675 W. Lake. 
Maynard, H. S., 626 W. Lake. 
Medcalfe, H. G. & Co., 72 N. 

Clark. 
Mehl, William, 3601 S. Halsted. 
Merz Bros., 189 Maxwell, 353 

and 514 W 12th. 
Merz, T. P., 657 Sedgwick. 
Merten, Henry M., 172 Blue Is- 
land ave. 
Metcalfe, H. G. & Co., 72 N. 

Clark. 
Meyer, Albert, 2727 State. 
Meyer, Fritz, 116 N. Center ave. 
Miller, Gus. A. 799 W. Van 

Buren. 
Miller & Co., 206 Milwaukee 

ave. 
Misenheirner, E. C, 978 Harri- 
son. 
Mitchell, W. S., 722 W. Lake. 
Moench & Rienhold, 146 N. 

Clark. 
Monroe, F. LeB., 3501 Cottage 

Grove ave. 
Moore, G. C, 519 Wabash ave. 
Moore, W. B., 581 State. 
Morrell, E. C, 690 W. Madison. 
Morris, Wm. G.. 835 W. Lake. 
Muehlhan, Louis, 691 W. North 

ave. 
Mueller, H. L. C, 307 Clybourn 

ave. 
Mueller, H. W., 117 N. Wells. 
Mullan, Eueene A., 722 W. 21st. 
Musselwhite, A. C, 50 Clark and 

92 Van Buren. 
Myers, John, 1002 W. Madison. 
McChesney, A. C.,660 WJack- 
son. 

N 

Nehls, R. C, 3552 S. Halsted. 
Neubert, Frederick, 2459 Went- 

worth ave. 
Nichols, J D., 403 Racine ave. 
Nielsen, Theo., 322 W. Chicago 

ave-. 



Nies. E. O., 201 W. Randolph. 
Noll, Chas. F., 134 S. Halsted. 
Novak, J., 723 W. 18th. 

O 

Oberman, A. N., 40 N. Clark. 
Ohlendorf, H. L., 315 Wells. 
O'Ryan, Ch. G. B., 248 Wells. 
Otto, Edward, 113 Clybourn ave 

and 80 Chicago ave. 
Otto, Emil, 649 W. 21st. 
Overton, W. T., 564 W. Harri- 



Painter, D., 1412 Wabash ave. 

Painter, E. J., 1355 Wabash. 

Parke, George, 482 W. Lake. 

Parsons, John, 194 W. 31st. 

Patterson, T. H., 3640 Cottage 
Grove ave. 

Peirce, Fred. D., 581 Ogden ave. 

Pennington, D. & Co., 1056 Mil- 
waukee ave. 

Pierce, Frank W., Indiana ave., 
cor. 35th. 

Pierron, J. J., 347 5th ave. 

Plautz, C. H., 709 Milwaukee 
ave. 

Pomaranc, M., 806 S. Ashland 
ave. 

Poore, J. E., 3803 Cottage Grove 
ave. 

Porter, M. N. & Co., 3858 State 
and 3900 Indiana ave. 

Powell, Medford, 292 N. State. 

Prince, James J., 745 S. Hal- 
sted. 

Prince, Martin M., 573 Blue Is- 
land ave. 

Propeck, J. W., 594 S. Canal. 

Pyatt, Frank, 438 W. Madison. 



R 



Reichel, Augusta, 361 State. 
Reinhard, Henry, 278 Wells. 
Renter & Co., 168 S. Halsted 

and 1369 W. Madison. 
Rhode, R. E.. 504 N. Clark. 



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Chicago Druggists. 



Rice & Schaefer, 395 W. Harri- 
son. 

Richter, E. F., 1 36 Fullerton ave. 

Ripke & Weber, 80 Webster 
ave. and 864 Clybourn ave. 

Ritter, John, 372 W. Indiana. 

Roberts, M. G., 201 W. Ran- 
dolph. 

Roby, Mrs. Ida, 177 31st. 

Roemheld, J. & Co., 204 S. Hal- 
sted. 

Rogers, Fred. C, 2412 Cottage 
Grove ave. 

Rominger, Louis, 240 W. North 
ave. 

Rosene, E. A., 318 Division. 

Rosenfield, Samuel, 226 North 
ave. 

Rosenthal, J., 440 W. Harrison. 

Ross, B. L., Jr., 1 Lincoln ave. 

Ross, J. W., 360 Ogden ave. 

Ross, L. W., 1187 W. Harrison. 

Rossmaessler, A. B., 224 Cly- 
bourn ave. 

Rozienee, B., 2901 Wentworth 
ave. 

Rudolphy, S., 389 S. Halsted. 

Ruths, Geo. A., 947 W. Harri- 
son. 



Sargent, E. H. & Co., 125 State. 

Schaar, J. G., 649 Blue Island 
ave. 

Schaller, H., 224 Lincoln ave. 

Schapper, F. C, 316 Sedgwick. 

Schapper, Ferdinand, 757 N. 
Halsted. 

Scherer, Andrew, 383 N. State. 

Schick & Hess, 721 Elston ave. 

Schimek, J. I., 547 Blue Island 
ave. 

Schmeling, Ferd., 506 Wells. 

Schmelinu', Max, 388 Wells. 

Schmidt, Fred. M., 7, 93 5th ave. 

Schmidt & Fischer, 1558 Wa- 
bash ave. and 28 State. 

Schmitt, II., 567 W. Chicago 
ave. 

Schoen & Co., 147 W. Black- 
hawk. 



Schrage, Frank, 977 N. Clark. 

Schreiner, A., 311 North ave. 

Schroeder, H., 453 and 833 Mil- 
waukee ave. 

Schroll, John M., 405 Larrabee 
and 412 Clybourn ave. 

Scupham, W. C, 63 State. 

Secord, F. G., 282 State. 

Sethness & Co., 1218 Milwaukee 
ave. 

Shannon, J. N., 34 S. Halsted. 

Shauer, G. G., 631 Center ave. 

Shean, John R., 378 Blue Island 
ave. 

Sherman, Henry, 890 W. 21st. 

Shugart, Jos., Jr., 947 W. Harri- 
son. 

Sieverman, B., 561 W. 12th. 

Sill, Robert T., 628 W. Lake. 

Slattery, Jas., 129 35th. 

Smail, Jno. M., 654 W. Van 
Buren. 

Smith, A. K., 206 W. Lake. 

Smith, Junius J. & Co., 248 
Clark. 

Smith, Mrs. W. C, 349 Clark. 

Smith, W. H„ 192 N. Clark. 

Somers, Frank G., 315 Chicago 
ave.' 

Sobey, R., 205 W. Adams. 

Spork, Mrs. E., 322 W. Chicago 
ave. 

Springer, C. B. & Co., 676 W. In- 
diana. 

Squair, Francis, 567 W. Madi- 
son. 

Stahl, E. L ., 173 Van Buren. 

Stamm, Andrew, 203 Blue Island 
ave. 

Stamm, Carl, 2200 Archer ave. 

Stangohr, Rudolph, 296 W. Divi- 
sion. 

Starr, G. F., 571 S. Halsted and 
2505 Archer ave. 

Stevenson, Robt. & Co. 92 Lake 

Stimmiug, William A., 681 Larra- 
bee. 

Stoddard, O. S., 771 W. Lake. 

Straw, John I., 1007 W. Harri- 
son. 

Stringfield, C. P., 2448 Calumet 



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Studness, Otto, 455 Centre ave. 

Sturges, C. S., 404 39th. 

Sullivan, Thos. F., 3269 Cottage 
Grove ave. 

Sumney, J. 281 Clark. 

Swain, U. J., 262 W. Randolph. 

Sweet, Henry, 126 and 234 Mil- 
waukee ave. 

Synon Brothers, 249 Blue Island 
ave. 

Szwajkart, Adam, 699 Noble. 



Vaupell, Wm. 11., 350 Loomis. 
Venus, W. A., 781 W. 12th. 
Vernon Bros., 323 S. Western 

ave. 
Y'ogeler, A. G., 220 Lincoln ave. 
Vogelsang, Robert, 254 Dayton. 
Voltmer, Wm. J., Jr., 936 N. Hal- 

sted. 
Von Hermann, Eugene, 2839 

Cottage Grove ave. 

W 



Tebbitts, F. M. & Co., 330 S. Hal- 

sted. 
Templar, E. J., 250 Blue Island 

ave. 
Tirrill, C. S., 100 S. Halsted. 
Thayer, Fred A., 572 W. Madi- 
son. 
Thiele, E., 1012 W. Lake and 

2127 Archer ave. 
Thoma, Henry F., 2011 Clark. 
Thomas, J. B. 2700 Wentworth 

ave. 
Thomas & Hess, 138 Wells. 
Tobey, Richard, 205 W. Adams. 
Trimen, J. W., 522 Wabash ave. 
True, Charles J., 703 W. Harrison 

and 826 W. Madison. 
Truman, A. S., 3640 State. 
Truppel, Richard, 66 Wells. 
Tucker, G. W., 1369 W. Madison. 
Turnquist, A., 2424 Wentworth 

ave. 
Tuthill, Robert, 128 Lake. 

U 

Uhlendorf, B., 2506 State. 
Umsted, Geo., 384 W. Madison. 

V 

Van Buren, B., 1249 W. Madison. 

Van Doozer, F. R., 129 35th. 

Vanderpoel, C, 1160 S. Western 
ave. 

Van Zandt, E., 34 S. Halsted. 

Vaughn & Sawyer, 322 W.Madi- 
son. 



Waiss, F, G., 372 S. Halsted. 
Waldron, L. K., 189 Randolph 

and 448 N. Clark. 
Walter, Jacob, Jr., 527 S. Hal- 
sted. 
Warhonik, E. M., 736 W. Divi- 
sion. 
Waxham, Charles, 3428 S. Hal- 
sted. 
Weber, Ewald, 864 Clybourn 

ave. 
Weinberger, C. M., 219 AVells. 
Weir, R. M., 1235 W. Jackson. 
Wells, James H., 951 W. Lake. 
Wermuth, Wm. C, 117 Centre. 
Werkmeister, M., 3459 State. 
Wernicke, Oscar G., 109 Blue 

Island ave. 
Wessman, A. J., 63 Chicago ave. 

and 81 Oak. 
White Bros., 271 N. Clark. 
White, J. W., 113 29th. 
Whitfield, Thomas & Co., 240 

Wabash ave. 
Weidel, Ernest, 518 W. Chicago 

ave. 
Wiese, Adolph G., 729 S. Hal- 
sted. 
Wikoff, L. H., 342 W. Lake. 
Wilson, Benj. D. F., 495 W. 

Madison. 
Wilson, C. B., 783 W. Madison 

and 894 W. Lake. 
Wilson, Julius H., 125 22d. 
Wilson, W. R., 1257 Wabash ave. 
Winholt, B., 208 W. Indiana. 
Winholt, George, 2842 State. 



202 Chicago Druggists. 



Winholt, Theodore, 427 and 027 Wrixon, T. W.,515 Lincoln ave. 
W. Indiana. 



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Winter & Baker, 280 Clark. 

Wisshack, Geo. P., 186 W. Madi- 
son. 

Wissing, Fritz, 752 W. 22d. Xelowski, J. H., 709 Milwaukee 

Wolfner, E. R.',351 Clark. ' ave - 

Woltersdorf, E. H., 900 W. 21st. Z 

Woltersdorf, L., 171 Blue Island 

ave. Zahn, Emil A., 1801 State. 

Woltmaer, Wm, J., Jr., 938 N. Zender, M., 920 W. Van Buren. 
Halsted. Zindt, Julius N., 120J^ Clybourn 

Woods, A. A., 943 W. Madison. ave. 



COOK COUNTY DRUGGISTS OUTSIDE CHICAGO. 



BARRINGTON. 

Abbott, H. T. 
Waller, Louis. 

CALUMET. 

Schaffer, Ferdinand, Blue Island. 
Schmitt, Ernil, Blue Island. 
Lowenthal, Louis, Washington Heights. 

CICERO. 

Lovett, La Motte, Oak Park. 
Trail, R. H., Austin. 

EVANSTON. 

Bradley, W., 401 Davis. 

Burbank, C. H., cor. Chicago and Greenleaf aves. 

Garwood, M. C, 438 Davis. 

Powell, M., cor. Chicago and Lincoln aves. 

Rice, J. F., cor. Chicago and Greenleaf aves. 

Schreiber Bros., cor. Lincoln and Chicago ave. 

Williams, N. P., 414 Davis. 

HYDE PARK. 

Arnold & Merrill, 92d, cor. Erie ave. 

Bickhaus, Conrad, Roseland. 

Blood, Isaac W., 4108 Cottage Grove ave. 

Bodemann & Conrad, Lake ave., cor. 50th. 

Bonheim, Frank, 4847 State. 

DuChateau, Arthur O., Torrence ave. N.E. cor. 106th. 



County Druggists. 203 



Hermann, Jacob, 9200 Commercial ave. 

Holcomb, T. A., E. Kensington. 

Hubbard & Gore, 8901 Cottage Grove ave. 

Jamieson, Thomas N., 3900 Cottage ave. 

Jones, H. D. & Co., 132, 53d. 

Lackner, Emil O., 4101 State. 

Lawton, J., Grand Crossing, 

LeBrett & Field, Rosalie, Music Hall block. 

Macy, E. B. & Co., Ewing ave. cor. 99th. 

McCann, J. B., Oakwood boul. cor. Cottage Grove ave. 

Porter, M. N. & Co., 3900 Indiana ave. 

Rehm, Julius, Grand Crossing. 

Robinson, H. C, Grand Crossing. 

Sandmeyer, A. L., 63d cor. Madison ave. 

Secord, F. G., Pullman. 

Schmidt, Ernest A., Colehour. 

Sparks, Addison, Kensington. 

Shaw & Pearson, Winnipeg block. 

Sturges, Chas. S., 404 39th. 

Terhune, B. F., 5059 State. 

Wardner, Morton S., 4258 Cottage Grove ave. 

Wheeler, F. A., Hegewisch. 



LAKE. 



Barnes, John, 825 43d. 

Bell, John I., 4700 State. 

Bonheim, Lee M., 5103 Wentworth ave. 

Brooke, Firman C, 5108 S. Halsted. 

Burgwedel, A. C, 6124 Wentworth ave. 

Caldwell, C. P., 711 43d. 

Curry, C. P., 6034 Halsted. 

Deitz, John, 3901 Wentworth ave. 

Hoeger, S. M., 4222 Ashland ave. 

Hogen & Hisgen, 6218 Wentworth ave. 

Holmes, H. H., 63d cor. Wallace. 

Houghton, H. J., 6560 Wentworth ave. 

Hurst, N. B., 3906 State, and 5100 Wentworth ave. 

Kotzenberg, Charles, 4203 Halsted. 

Masquelet, John, 4822 Ashland ave. 

McDougal, William G., 4631 Wentworth ave. 

Mehl, William, 4700 Ashland ave. 

Minaker, W., 6204 Wentworth ave., Englewood. 

North, Charles F., 63d and Wentworth ave. 

Oliver, William H., Vincennes ave. near 81st, Auburn. 

Perkins, J. S., 6801 Yale. 

Porter, M. N. & Co., 3858 State, 3900 Indiana. 

Reasner & Co., 5727 Wentworth ave. 

Ritter, A. P., 4341 S. Halsted. 



204 County Druggists. 



Rogers, Fred D., 6110 State. 

Sandmeyer, EL, 736 43d. 

Schaefer, E. R., 4356 State. 

Schmidt, Herman, 4132 Wentworth ave. 

Stowits, E. T., 503 63d. 

Terhune, B. F., 5059 State. 

VVerneburg, William, 654 68th. 

LAKE VIEW. 

Abbott, W. C, Ravenswood Park. 

Baker, Geo. R., cor. Halstead and Noble ave. 

Beinssen, Wm., 1410 Clark. 

Bishoff, E. G., 420 Lincoln ave. 

Brown, R. L., 886 Lincoln ave. 

Copp, B. D., 722 Lincoln ave. 

Ellsworth, Lewis, 351 Lincoln ave. 

Fetherston, E. B., Ravenswood. 

Frohn, John B., 876 Cly bourn ave. 

Jacob, Charles W, 1732 Ashland ave. 

Klenze, William T., 1301 Belmont ave. 

Luning, August G., Lincoln ave. cor. Diversey. 

Nichols, Edward H., 403 Racine ave. 

Pursell. Peter H., E. Ravenswood Park, 

Richter, Ernst F., 136 Fullerton ave. 

Schneider, T. B., 918 Lincoln ave. 

Scholer, E. C, 886 Lincoln ave. 

Wells, C. S., Clark cor. Diversey. 

Wrixon, Thomas W., 511 Lincoln ave. 



LYONS. 



Higgins, Arthur, LaGrange. 
Hillmer, W. B., LaGrange. 

MAINE. 

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PROVISO. 

Clendenen, Irving, Maywood. 
Moore, J. P., Maywood. 
Van Tuyl, E. A., Riverside. 



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as to COLLECTION OF ACCOUNTS. 



First. At least once a month make out and place in 
collector's hands all accounts over sixty days. Where you 
will save one dollar in commissions by delay you will lose 
ten through bills becoming uncollectible. The older the 
bill the more reluctant the patient is to pay, and nothing 
so surely keeps a patient away as an unpaid bill. 

Second. Always, at time first treatment is given, take 
full name and residence and business address of the patient, 
or, if patient is a woman, of the husband or father. 

Third. Do not treat a party in the expectation that a 
third party will pay the bill, unless you have such third 
party's written agreement to pay for the services. A verbal 
promise to pay for services rendered another, after the 
services are rendered, is legally worthless. Such a promise, 
made before the services are rendered, is usually ■practically 
worthless. 

Fourth. Let your bills or statements be itemized, at 
least sufficiently to show dates between which the services 
were rendered and what the services were. 

Fifth. Always make out bills in first instance for full 
amount, which you, in any event, may desire to recover. 
Let any offers of discount for prompt payment, etc., be 
made orally. 

Sixth. Enter your accounts on your books, and make 
out bills against the party or parties (not necessarily the 
patient) whom you expect to hold responsible. 

Seventh. Place all your collections in the hands of the 
Physicians' Collection Association. 



Practical Experience has Demonstrated the Necessity of a Close 
Observance of the Above Suggestions. 

(see opp08ite page.) 



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The Association offers facilities for the collection of professional 
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